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asyousay 10-03-2014 18:31

Justin Bieber deposition video
 
http://defamer.gawker.com/justin-bie...12466/+maxread

He is such a **** and how can anybody still support him is beyond me

Kid Rachyy ♥ 10-03-2014 18:37

http://www.tmz.com/2014/03/10/justin...a-gomez-usher/

Actually can not tell if he's being serious or taking the mick :confused:

Shadow2009 10-03-2014 21:10

wow. I don't know what to say to that. What a brat.

Big Boy Barry 10-03-2014 23:56

His attitude is what happens when you've lived your entire life surrounded by sycophants.

Squealer_Mahony 11-03-2014 00:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Boy Barry (Post 71694584)
His attitude is what happens when you've lived your entire life surrounded by sycophants.

I actually feel a bit sorry for him.
I know the chorus of one of his songs and that's it, I doubt half the people who hate him know any more than that.
He should just retire and get help before it's too late
Too much too soon

Naa_KwaKai 11-03-2014 00:59

I wonder if anybody has figured out that Beiber was in the right there and the questions he was being asked were completely inappropriate and had nothing to do with the case...

dee123 11-03-2014 01:01

What an idiot.

gpk 11-03-2014 02:27

what is it with these entitled pop stars that think they are above the law and can treat legal professionals like dirt?!:confused: lady gaga turned the air blue with her foul mouth rants of delusion during her deposition in the case between her and her former assistant last year. gaga later settled the case with her former assistant out of court.;-)

bieber's attitude is just dreadful. while the questions may have not have been leading anywhere specific. his demeanour, his arrogance and his evasiveness, just came across like he was not taking the deposition seriously. sooner or later, he will provoke the wrong person and karma will catch up with him.

chuck_wippl 11-03-2014 10:31

What a knob. And so is his lawyer. They both clearly think that Bieber and his vicious cronies have the RIGHT to do whatever they want, even if it includes assaulting and thieving off people, just because they're in the Elite.

mirandaweb 11-03-2014 10:36

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Originally Posted by Naa_KwaKai (Post 71695166)
I wonder if anybody has figured out that Beiber was in the right there and the questions he was being asked were completely inappropriate and had nothing to do with the case...

Actually, I wondered that - but then I realised that they are probably trying to judge whether those people might have information about the incident. If he was dating Selina at the time, then it might make sense for them to call her as a witness. Ditto, if he usually turned to Usher for advice on dealing with stuff, then they might call Usher.

Apparently, a deposition is an important stage of the process - if Bieber's team wanted to state that Selina couldn't possibly know anything about it and shouldn't be called as a witness, then they'd probably need to start making that clear at the deposition stage once the opposition team started down that route.

It sounds like a strange question, because it's probably designed to put him off balance (lawyer style approach) before they then ask what they really aim to ask. "So, was she around the night of the alleged incident?" "Did you talk to her about the incident?" etc.

reddress 11-03-2014 10:51

He is such an embarrassment in those videos. He really is as thick as they get I heard he was but those videos really proved it, he has few active brain cells.

reddress 11-03-2014 10:55

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Originally Posted by Naa_KwaKai (Post 71695166)
I wonder if anybody has figured out that Beiber was in the right there and the questions he was being asked were completely inappropriate and had nothing to do with the case...

Then calmly say that's of no relevance its was his sneering attitude and the fact he didn't have the intelligence to follow half of what was being said to him.
We also don't know all the details surrounding the case there could be very good reasons why Selena and Usher were mentioned that will become apparent later, the fact that Biebers lawyer lets him answer these questions suggest that they had every right to ask and had already outlined why they were being asked.

I agree he's surrounded by sycophants, his lawyer being one any decent lawyer would have convinced him to pull himself together and not be such a brat it was making everything worse.

theonlyweeman 11-03-2014 11:13

I was listening to a radio show, where they were saying that depositions are hell, and they take longer than necessary and the opposing counsel like to tear people down and put words into their mouths that they didn't say. But they said that Bieber was being a dick before the lawyers had even started trying to wind him up, and there really wasn't any excuse, especially for swearing at the court reporter...

mourinhosmissus 11-03-2014 11:46

What an absolute knob and haha when he said that he was 'detrimental' to his own career because he's too thick to know the difference between 'detrimental' and' instrumental'.

mirandaweb 11-03-2014 14:12

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Originally Posted by mourinhosmissus (Post 71698258)
What an absolute knob and haha when he said that he was 'detrimental' to his own career because he's too thick to know the difference between 'detrimental' and' instrumental'.

You know, I thought for a moment that he meant 'detrimental' - because he now wants to take a very different musical approach and might feel stifled by his previous image/style. I'm still not a hundred percent sure that he didn't mean it.

cnbcwatcher 12-03-2014 13:52

What a tool. I'm surprised he still has fans.

Dancing Girl 12-03-2014 14:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Naa_KwaKai (Post 71695166)
I wonder if anybody has figured out that Beiber was in the right there and the questions he was being asked were completely inappropriate and had nothing to do with the case...

His attitude was appalling and he had no respect at all for the people who were in the room. I think at the very least, if he thought the questions were inappropriate he could have handled the situation differently. He is a spoilt brat, has no respect for anyone, thinks the whole world should revolve around him and he desperately needs a reality check but I doubt he will get one as everyone is being paid to keep this cash cow going. So he will be given alcohol, cars, drugs, etc sent on tour etc. Sadly, it seems his family do not want to step-in and stop this car-crash of a life. Personally, after seeing the video I think he is a little thug!!

Dancing Girl 12-03-2014 14:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Boy Barry (Post 71694584)
His attitude is what happens when you've lived your entire life surrounded by sycophants.

Exactly.!!

Dancing Girl 12-03-2014 14:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by cnbcwatcher (Post 71712053)
What a tool. I'm surprised he still has fans.

Well amazingly there are a few posters on here who are supporting him! Bizarre.

dodrade 12-03-2014 15:42

Wasn't there a detailed discussion on this thread on the typical equipment used to make deposition videos? Why was it removed?

cnbcwatcher 13-03-2014 18:21

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Originally Posted by Dancing Girl (Post 71712214)
Well amazingly there are a few posters on here who are supporting him! Bizarre.

I don't think anyone on DS is supporting him!

shelleyj89 14-03-2014 11:02

I do believe Selena Gomes was there when the incident took place, so to bring her in to it was fair enough. Even if any questions were inappropriate, his attitude was disgraceful.

Quote:

Originally Posted by mirandaweb (Post 71699770)
You know, I thought for a moment that he meant 'detrimental' - because he now wants to take a very different musical approach and might feel stifled by his previous image/style. I'm still not a hundred percent sure that he didn't mean it.

He didn't mean it, as his attorney immediately repeated it but said instrumental instead of detrimental.

musicjukebox123 15-03-2014 12:58

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Originally Posted by shelleyj89 (Post 71736262)
Even if any questions were inappropriate, his attitude was disgraceful. .

I think that was the point the inane questions were to show his general demeanour and if he has a temper. It is used as a character witness and he showed himself to be vain, cocky, petulant, argumentative and a sense of entitlement. This will all be used against him. The questions actually served their purpose as they showed his true character. It's the littler questions that show the biggest answers in that sense.

The actual case is to do with violence so he has just shown himself in the worst light during questioning especially the aggression towards the person transcribing. It shows he has a low threshold for simple verbal exchange leading to aggression.

Apologies if this has been posted before but it's a lawyer explaining depositions what Justin did wrong and what he should have done.

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/13/op...justin-bieber/

Big Boy Barry 15-03-2014 21:04

Not sure which is funnier

Bieber not knowing if he's ever been to Australia, or not knowing the difference between "detrimental" and "instrumental"

theonlyweeman 15-03-2014 22:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Boy Barry (Post 71756372)
Not sure which is funnier

Bieber not knowing if he's ever been to Australia, or not knowing the difference between "detrimental" and "instrumental"

I got the impression he knew, but was just being a dick.


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