Justin Bieber’s manager served subpoena at Miami Music Week

It’s just no longer safe for anyone remotely connected to Justin Bieber to hang out in the Miami area.

Take Scooter Braun, Bieber’s manager.

A Miami Music Week stalwart, Braun was minding his own business in the lobby of the Miami Beach EDITION hotel on Collins last week when he was approached by a couple of rough-looking characters — who handed him a court order that he testify in a Miami lawsuit against Bieber.

Now that he got served, Braun will have to make himself available for a deposition next month in Los Angeles in the alleged beatdown of a local photographer by bodyguards working for Bieber.


For a guy who’s the executive producer of one of the most intrusive television franchises, Alex Baskin sure seems nervous to have his private business aired out.

Baskin, who writes and directs The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and offshoot Vanderpump Rules, is to be deposed in the Miami lawsuit filed last year by ex-Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa.

The supermodel is suing Brandi Glanville, her RHOBH counterpart, over Glanville’s public comments that Krupa … lacks freshness.

Baskin, according to court papers, will be deposed on the topic, but the public won’t be privy to what he’ll say.

Krupa agreed to keep the testimony secret.