No Charges Laid in Bieber Laser Tag Case

No Charges Laid in Bieber Laser Tag Case
Adoring fans take note, Justin Bieber will not be charged over his alleged laser tag scuffle last October. While earlier this fall the teen pop star was accused of roughing up a 12-year-old boy at a Richmond, BC laser tag facility, an RCMP investigation has cleared the singer's name.

CBC reports that there will be no further investigations into the October 15 incident, which took place at Planet Lazer. As it stands, the pop star was never officially mentioned to have participated in the dust-up.

"The investigation into this incident is now complete, and no charges will be forwarded, as the evidence collected does not support doing so," RCMP Cpl. Sherrdean Turley said in a statement this morning (December 14).

While previously reported hearsay included speculation that Bieber was a victim of homophobic bullying and that the teen sensation may have accidentally levelled another kid while exiting the darkened playroom, it seems as if we may never get the full story on what happened that day. Here's hoping this becomes some sort of legendary lore the Beebs will tackle in his next autobiography. He's due for another one soon.