Justin Bieber is trying to get a lawsuit against him dismissed, because it was filed in Florida — not California where he lives, RumorFix has learned exclusively.
The teen idol’s attorneys filed a motion in late May to dismiss a lawsuit brought on by RC3, a company that is selling a video game for mobile phones called “Joustin’ Beaver.”
Justin has several issues with this lawsuit:
- Justin’s attorneys think the lawsuit was a preemptive strike against Justin, because his legal team sent RC3 a cease and desist letter.
- Justin’s attorneys think RC3′s attorneys are pulling a fast one — and trying to get a declaration stating that RC3′s actions are lawful.
- Justin doesn’t live in Florida, he lives in California. He doesn’t own property there, he doesn’t have a business office there, nor does he have any permanent employees there.
Justin admits he vacations in the Sunshine State and has performed there 13 times in three years, but he wants the whole case thrown out of federal court.