Justin Bieber thinks landlord’s looking for easy payday via Meek Mill trespassing lawsuit

By: | Published: September 13, 2015 12:14 PM

Justin Bieber has defended his celebrity friends, who were present at rapper Meek Mill's Grammy party and were sued for damaging the property, saying that the landlord is trying to make easy money.

Justin Bieber has defended his celebrity friends, who were present at rapper Meek Mill’s Grammy party and were sued for damaging the property, saying that the landlord is trying to make easy money.

Mill is getting sued by the landlord of the house, which he rented for a Grammy party and the owner of the house said that Meek and his 1,000 guests caused USD 150,000 in damage, TMZ reports.

The landlord has sued Khloe Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown and French Montan for the damages, and added Bieber to the suit, saying that the `Boyfriend` singer was a trespasser at the party.

The 21-year-old pop star has filed his answer to the lawsuit, saying he was an invited guest and added that he or his famous friends did not cause any damage.

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