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Justin Bieber throws a fit in court

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Justin Bieber was in Miami Thursday to answer questions about a civil suit filed against him by a photog who claims he was assaulted by one of the Bieb’s beefy bodyguards. According to our mole, toward the end of the deposition when Bieber was asked a question about Selena Gomez, he threw a tantrum, ripping the microphone off, jumping up from his seat and running out of the room. A recess was called and, 15 minutes later, Biebs came back refusing to answer any questions about his ex.

Anne Hathaway, her husband Adam Shulman and another couple were lunching al fresco Thursday at Area 31. The foursome spent several hours on the 16th floor terrace laughing and enjoying the views. Dressed casually, Hathaway kept it healthy with fish tacos and sparkling water.

Parenthood star Lauren Graham had dinner Monday with friends at Restaurant Michael Schwartz at The Raleigh. After we tweeted her, saying “you come to town and don’t tell me? Just kidding. Hope you loved @chefmschwartz’s food,” Graham replied, “We had a lovely family dinner at The Raleigh — great food and service. Hope to meet you next time!”

St. Louis Rams quarterback Brady Quinn and Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone celebrated their wedding with a reception Thursday at Prime Italian.

Simon Cowell had dinner Tuesday night with his baby mama Lauren Silverman at Spris on Lincoln Road where he had a Diavola pizza which is, appropriately, spicy pepperoni.

Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr. attended the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship Opening Drive event Tuesday at Hyde Beach to officially kick off the tournament that welcomed the globe’s top 50 golfers to Trump National Doral resort, which runs through Sunday. Ivanka sipped on a Grey Goose cocktail while Miami Heat’s DJ Irie spun tunes.

After a performance at the Pro Player Stadium, Andrea Bocelli remained in Miami to record some music with Gloria Estefan. While they recorded, Andrea requested an authentic Italian meal. The Estefans called Caffe Abbracci, which brought in platters of pastas, antipastos and more.

Usher spent some of Saturday at the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale where he viewed its powerful exhibition of civil rights era photography by Bob Adelman, and then wrote “Thank you for this lesson of our history” in the comments book. The Voice judge also viewed videos by NY-based artist Zachary Fabri and the museum’s new William Glackens survey and did some shopping in the museum store.

Travel Channel hostess Samantha Brown was spotted over the week at the Hotel Beaux Arts with her husband Kevin O’Leary. She was also seen dining at db Bistro Moderne

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