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Paparazzo who says he was roughed up by bodyguards sues Justin Bieber

 

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The Delray Beach lawyer who filed a lawsuit against pop star Justin Bieber this morning says the singer shouldn’t expect a quick settlement.

Russell Adler, the attorney for a paparazzo who says he was assaulted by Bieber’s bodyguards Wednesday afternoon, is going after punitive damages from Bieber.

“We’re taking this all the way,” Adler told Gossip Extra. “It’s not about the money. It’s about the principle of the whole thing.

“Justin Bieber and his bodyguards have become a threat to the public. The public is at risk if anyone attempts to take a photo of Justin Bieber!”

The lawsuit, which names Bieber and Broward County-based bodyguard and bouncer Hugo Hesny as defendants, was filed on behalf of Miami Beach shutterbug Jeffery Binion, 56, a longtime pap.

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