Justin Bieber may have to pay big time for one of his pranks. This is actually more serious that when that crazy girl was like “Justin Bieber is my baby daddy!”
Anyways, Bieber recently sent out a tweet to his 19 million twitter followers with a random phone number that was missing the final digit and wrote, “Call me right now.”
Well, 19 million freaky little girls called the number and guessed what the final digit could be. As a result, an older woman named Dilcie and a man named Kent from Texas received the bulk of the calls and want to sue Bieber since their phones have been ringing non-stop.
Basically, Dilcie and Kent are more popular than they’ve ever been and want to sue Justin Bieber for it. Ok, just want to make sure I understand.
The clients lawyer says that their patience “wears thin” because they’ve received over 1,000 phone calls at “all hours of the day.”
Basically they want Bieber to pay for “damages” for his “reckless” behavior.
Hey, nobody sued Tommy Tutone when he sang that phone number “867-5309.” Heck, people were trying to “buy” that number to improve their business. These Texans should be thanking Bieber for all the free publicity.
Anyways, here are the silly things that the Texas natives are asking for in “damages.”
Concert tickets for Dilcie’s grandkids, a Bieber apology, an endorsement for Kent’s upcoming online project and also money for any out of pocket expenses.
So basically Bieber has to chuck up some free tickets and endorse Kent’s website? Done and done.