Justin Bieber Is Too Busy To Appear in Court, So Says Justin Bieber

February 13, 2015 / Posted by:

I know, I didn’t know that hanging around your house being an obnoxious spoiled toddler hamster was something you could be too busy at either. But TMZ says that Justin Bieber, seen above killing some time in the “Mommy Section” of a department store apropos of absolutely nothing, is claiming he’s too busy to make a court appearance on March 20th.

The knee-high shame of the north needs to appear at a hearing in Miami because he’s being sued by a pap who claims one of his bodyguards roughed him up back in 2013. But Justin has asked the court if they can do that shit over Skype, because he’s too busy, and if that excuse isn’t good enough, he’s also saying money’s too tight for him to fly there. Justin claims he’s working on a new album of auto-tuned toddler yodels, therefore his schedule is full and he won’t be able to make it in person.

Then someone probably told him to beef up his excuse a bit, so he added on the part about it being too expensive. Justin says it will cost him over $68,000 to fly him and his entourage on a private jet to Miami, and that it wouldn’t be worth the money. Of course, a judge called bullshit on that little brat’s excuses and told him he better call up the Roaming Gnome and book a flight for March 20th. Although why do I get the feeling that sometime around March 19th that soccer injury is going to mysteriously start acting up again.

Here’s Justin looking like a lazy cosplay of Macaulay Culkin in the “Black of White” video leaving Kanye West’s krappy fashion show last night:

Pics: Instagram, Wenn.com

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