Justin Bieber is being sued AGAIN! And for a lot more $$$ than before


Ah, Justin, it seems you just can't stay out of trouble.

Last month, the singer was being sued for $100,000 after he allegedly smashed a man's phone in a nightclub, and now, a new claim has been made against him which could cost him up to $650,000.

This time around, the 22-year-old is being sued by a promotions company based in Montreal as they're claiming he ruined their business with one single tweet.

The promoter, Team Productions, claim that Justin made a deal with them to do an appearance at a beach club last August, but it was utimately scrapped because JB didn't hold up his end of the deal.

TP allegedly paid the Biebs $250,000 when he signed on, and then he was promised another $175,000 right before the event.

However, they noticed that Justin wasn't promoting the gig on social media – even though that was a big part of the contract.

TP are now saying that Justin demanded the money or he wouldn't show up. Since JB didn't plug it on social media, TP wanted a discount (understandably). Negotiations began, and then failed, which lead to Justin tweeting on the morning of the event to say he won't turn up because the promoter lied. Ouch.

Team Productions are now saying it's been branded a liar and as a result no one wants to work with them and they think $650,000 is suitable in damages. 

We wonder is Justin will make his way out of this one.

Images: TMZ

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