A paparazzo says a man who apparently is Bieber's bodyguard comes out of the singer's car and attacks the photographer's car after he followed the star.
A man who is believed to be Justin Bieber's bodyguard has attacked a paparazzo's car in Australia. The paparazzo was following the singer's car on Wednesday night, November 27 when the car pulled over.
A man later came out and approached his car. In a video posted by TMZ, the bodyguard can be heard telling the paparazzo to leave but he refused. The two exchanged heated conversation and later the bodyguard allegedly attacked the car. The photographer said, "He just kicked the door." The paparazzo also claimed that the alleged bodyguard knifed his tires, but it is not shown in the video.
Prior to the accusation, Bieber's bodyguard was said trying to get a man's phone forcefully after he took photos of the Canadian pop star learning how to surf. The 19-year-old singer had a surfing lesson at Wategos Beach in Byron Bay on Wednesday, prompting people to gather and watch.
One of them, surfer Kes Weartherm, took photos of Bieber using his phone. A bodyguard noticed and wrestled him for the phone. Some bystanders stepped in. They demanded the bodyguard to give the phone back. The surfer was upset, but he said that he deleted the photos because the bodyguard kept whining.