Justin Bieber settles dispute with Miami photographer
Justin Bieber has settled a lawsuit brought against him by a Miami photographer.
The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker's bodyguards were accused by Jeffrey Binion of attacking him during an incident in 2013, after he took a picture of the Canadian singer.
But Justin's lawyer, Jeremiah Reynolds, has confirmed they have now settled the dispute, although it's still not known when the agreement was reached or if it involved a financial settlement.
Justin, 21, is also being sued by another Florida photographer, Manuel Muñoz, who alleges the singer's bodyguards chased him down a busy tourist street and beat him up after he took a picture of the young star leaving a nightclub in January 2014.
The photographer is currently seeking unspecified punitive and compensatory damages.
Meanwhile, friends of Justin's ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez are reportedly "worried" she wants to get back with him.
An insider revealed Selena still takes an active interest in Justin's life and career, explaining: "Selena's friends still wonder why she's so caught up in what Justin is doing. They worry that she's falling back into her old bad habit of obsessing over what Justin is doing and saying. It's like she's still invested in the relationship even though it ended months ago.
"Selena checks out everything about the girls Justin's been with. She's like a detective. She tries not to look, but she just can't help herself. It's not healthy and she knows that, but it's something she still does."