Lee Moir, a 34-year-old Toronto, Ontario man has allegedly been posing as Justin Bieber on the Internet in an attempt to lure underage girls into meeting up with him.
Ulch, I doubt Bieber ever thought his fame would get to this point!
The Bieber imposter used pictures of the singer on his Facebook page and was sexually threatening a 12-year-old New Jersey girl online.
The victim alleged Moir threatened to hurt her family if she wouldn't perform sexual acts with him. The girl tried to cease
communication but was scared of what he would do to her family. Mind you, the whole time this poor girl thinks she's talking online with “Justin Bieber.”
The girl says she realized the man wasn't Bieber when they communicated via video chat once.
The man was arrested when a Canadian officer posed as a 14-year-old girl online and Moir engaged the officer in sexual conversations.
The man is charged in Canada with luring, manufacturing child porn and extortion. It seems the only thing he has in common with Bieber is hailing from Canada.
This isn't the first time that someone impersonated a celebrity to get away with a sex crime. In 1996, a Michael Jackson impersonator was jailed and in 1999, an Elvis Presley impersonator was set to prison for 20 years.
Justin's Bieber's rep has not yet responded to our request for comment.