Justin Bieber Punches Man Who Grabbed Woman by Throat at Coachella

Joann Johnston
April 16, 2018

According the the source, an unnamed woman was grabbed by the throat by an angry ex-boyfriend type at a Coachella-related party and her abuser wouldn't let go.

Justin Bieber has been accused of punching a man in the face after the stranger "grabbed a woman by the throat".

Justin Bieber has been now living his best life out in Coachella; dancing all day, hanging out with the viral sensation Yodeling kid and more. Apparently, Bieber screamed at the man to let her go, but when failed to do so, Bieber "hit the man in the face and pushed him against the wall ... allowing the woman to break free".

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Some claim the man who grabbed the woman was on the drugs. The source goes on to reveal that the police showed up and arrested the man.

The site goes on to say the man was then chucked out of the party but was seen chasing a vehicle that he believed had Bieber inside.

Bieber acquitted himself well on the dance floor, particularly when compared to celebrities-caught-dancing-in-the-wild Coachella incidents of the past. A day earlier, Justin, 24, happily posed for a selfie with 11-year-old internet sensation Mason Ramsey - known as "yodelling kid".

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