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Justin Bieber

Fires Back in Beaver Case

Wrong State, Idiots!!!!

5/27/2012 2:20 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Justin Bieber
thinks the folks behind the "Joustin Beaver" mobile app need a lesson in geography ... claiming they filed a lawsuit against him in the WRONG STATE and now he wants it dismissed ASAP.

Bieber has been going back and forth with a company called RC3 -- they claim their game is a parody and protected under the Constitution ... but Bieber feels the game infringes upon his likeness and wants it pulled ... STAT.

According to court docs filed this week, Bieber is looking to have the suit tossed on a technicality -- claiming RC3 screwed up when they filed their suit in Florida, since he doesn't even live there. 

We'll see if the move works ... a judge has yet to rule.


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Infringes on his likeness? He looks like a girl, not a cartoon beaver. Get over yourself!

843 days ago


Haters, haters, haters. Leave the kid alone, he's 18.

842 days ago


I didn't think guys were still getting earrings. That's so fetch.

842 days ago


I thought he lived in Canada anyway?

842 days ago


Pretty sure Beiber owns a home in Florida. As far as I am concerned, that means he lives there (Otherwise, I think I know how celebs avoid jail time. Constantly claim they live in their other home that is not the state, therefore the case cannot be filed in the one it occurred in).

842 days ago


Not so fast, RC3's lawyers may not be as dumb as Bieber's lawyers suggest! Yes, RC3 brought its suit in Federal District Court in Florida based on claims under federal law. The proper location of the federal court (venue) is determined by either 1) the residence of the defendant (Bieber) OR 2)where the events that led to the lawsuit happened. Since RC3's suit is directly in response to Bieber's legal threat (cease and desist letter) which was mailed to RC3 IN FLORIDA, the judge may rule that the Florida venue is proper! It will be very interesting to see how the court rules on this one.

842 days ago


Zero chance this has of resulting in the game being altered or pulled from sale. Parody is protected speech, and they aren't using any trademarks or music of his, other than the name Justin.

841 days ago


Says the dumbass who didn't know what the word "German" means

797 days ago
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