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Justin Bieber Investigated in Pre-Grammy Party Brawl as Picture of His Injured Hand Surfaces

AceShowbiz Friday, 17 February 2017
Justin Bieber Investigated in Pre-Grammy Party Brawl as Picture of His Injured Hand SurfacesThe 'Sorry' hitmaker is reportedly named as suspect in a heated fight at pre-Grammy party as a photo that shows his mangled hand after the brawl arrives online.
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Justin Bieber allegedly headbutted a guy at a pre-Grammy party last weekend, and cops are now investigating the incident as a possible crime.

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