Couple Sues Justin Bieber Over Stupid Twitter Prank
Mar 28, 2012 12:31
There's no denying that Justin Bieber has a huge fan-base, the kid has nearly 19 million followers on Twitter alone! And now a stupid Twitter prank involving the pop star has resulted in a potential lawsuit.
According to TMZ, a couple in Texas is threatening legal action against Bieber after receiving thousands of phone calls shortly after the pop star tweeted a phone number followed by the caption “call me now.” The number was missing its final digit, leaving which meant that his followers had to guess what it might be.
The tweet has since been deleted, but not before teenage girls started blowing up the Texas couple’s phone. The couple’s lawyer has stated that they are now looking for compensation, which includes tickets for the couple’s grandchildren, an apology from Bieber, an endorsement for an online project created by the husband and monetary compensation.
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