Justin Bieber Addresses "Factually Impossible" Sexual Assault Allegations

He has also announced plans to take legal action
Justin Bieber Addresses 'Factually Impossible' Sexual Assault Allegations
Following two separate accusations of sexual assault over the weekend, Justin Bieber has responded, denying the "factually impossible" allegations and announcing plans to take legal action against his accusers. 

The two accounts — one from a woman named Danielle and another from an influencer named Kadi — allege that Bieber raped the women in two separate incidents inside hotel rooms. 

Danielle's account of the alleged assault dates back to 2014 during Austin's SXSW at the Four Seasons hotel, while Kadi claims her experience took place in 2015 in New York City at the Langham hotel. Since Kadi's initial allegations, she has also retweeted a number of photos of her with the singer in posts stemming from 2014, suggesting they had met each other beforehand. 

In response, Bieber has posted a series of tweets denying Danielle's allegations, pulling up receipts from Airbnbs and hotels using his alias Mike Lowery, which he claims shows his whereabouts during the alleged assault. In his tweets, the singer displays receipts for two separate stays — neither of which were at the Four Seasons — during the period that the alleged assault took place. He has yet to respond to Kadi's accusations.

In addition to his denial of Danielle's account, Bieber has also announced he plans to "take legal action," presumably against both accusers.

"Every claim of sexual abuse should be taken very seriously and this is why my response was needed," he wrote in a tweet. "However this story is factually impossible and that is why I will be working with twitter and authorities to take legal action."

See screenshots of the accusations via Pop Crave and Bieber's response below.