Justin Bieber & Kodak sued over 2022 afterparty shoot

There has been an important update on an incident in 2022 affecting Justin Bieber, Kodak Black and even the City of Los Angeles!

Kodak Black is accused of escalating the situation

Accordingly TMZ, Biebs and Kodak were recently hit by a lawsuit stemming from an incident that occurred during last year’s Super Bowl weekend. Notably, after a private Justin Bieber concert at The Nice Guy in LA, three people — including Kodak Black — were injured in a shooting The shadow room previously reported.

The lawsuit was reportedly filed by Mark Schaefer and Adam Rahman, who say they sustained serious injuries from the incident. They claim the ordeal was sparked after Kodak Black took part in a physical altercation that escalated to the point where shots were fired.

The cities of Los Angeles and West Hollywood are also involved

In addition to Justin and Kodak, the men are also suing the City of Los Angeles, the City of West Hollywood and LA County. Additionally, the venue and promoters The Hwood Group and Revolve Group are being sued for damages, as plaintiffs claim that all parties involved in the afterparty “should bear some responsibility.”

Schaefer and Rahman in particular are being represented in their prosecution by attorney Gloria Allred.

In response to the lawsuit, Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, called it “the worst-worded lawsuit” he had seen in nearly three decades. He also stated that he “expects[s] Kodak will be released from this lawsuit fairly quickly.”

How do you assess the overall situation?

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Brian Ashcraft

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