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Justin Bieber gets angry over questions about Selena Gomez at deposition

With all of his fame and wealth Justin Bieber still can't seem to leave his troubles behind him. Most recently it has been reported he was angered over the direction of a deposition in Miami. Bieber stormed out of a deposition as he grew irate over questions about Selena Gomez, reported The Hollywood Gossip on March 7, 2014. While in Miami on Thursday Bieber sat for a four-and-a-half hour long deposition in association to a lawsuit which was filed against him last year for allegedly ordering his bodyguard to assault a photographer outside The Hit Factory.

Justin Bieber arrives at the premiere of Open Road Films' 'Justin Bieber's Believe' at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California.
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The legally-mandated appearance is said to have turned ugly once opposing lawyers raised the topic of Gomez. The questioning attorney apparently wanted to know if Bieber's ex was present for any incident which involved the paparazzi, which was a line of questioning Bieber's lawyer believed was meant to upset his client.
Bieber and his lawyer, Howard Weitzman, actually left the room at one point, as the Bieber yelled in regard to Gomez: "Don't ask me about her, do not ask me about her!" When he returned a few minutes later he sarcastically asked if he were on 60 Minutes.

Bieber really did storm out of a deposition over Gomez questions, reports TMZ. TMZ has learned Bieber lost his cool under oath on Thursday, when a lawyer started hitting him with questions about Gomez. The contentious lawyer representing the bodyguard drilled Bieber on many subjects, but things got out of control
when Gomez was raised. When questions about Gomez persisted, with Bieber clearly upset and angry, his lawyer jumped in and said his client was being harassed. Well, as usual it appears Bieber has made some good points. Although the legal reasoning of lawyer questioning him at the deposition in Miami appears open to question, it appears this lawyer could nevertheless write a successful gossip column.

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