Justin Bieber 'Assault' Victim Makes Complaint
While his mum apparently feels 'pushed out' of his career...
The father of a 12-year old boy Justin Bieber as they played a game of laser tag has made a formal complaint against the popstar.
According to Billboard.com, the boy's dad has lodged the complaint with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) after his son was allegedly assaulted by the U Smile singer.
The RCMP, who are currently investigating the incident that happened last Friday at Planet Lazer in Vancouver, Canada, have since stated that they are not prepared to release the name of the child.
RCMP Cpl. Annie Linteau told CBC News: "In the case where it involves a minor, we're simply not in a position to ever release the person's name."
Meanwhile, Bieber's mum Pattie Mallette reportedly believes that she has been 'pushed out' from her son's career and has apparently not even read his new autobiography.
A source told RadarOnline: "No one in Justin’s camp told her or consulted her. She found out about it by reading it in the press. She doesn’t want anyone to think she’s after her son’s money – and she’s not."
"She hasn’t bought clothes for herself in two years! She flies coach. Her son writes an autobiography and no one even shows it to her. It’s ridiculous. And Pattie is really tormented over it."
They added: "She’s in a tough position. She feels that she’s being cut out of her son’s business life by the people around him.
"She doesn’t know what to do. It was a big step for her to finally go out and look for a lawyer for herself. Now we’ll see if she follows through.”
Bieber's manager, Scott 'Scooter' Braun, has since quashed reports that Pattie is unhappy over the situation, telling the website:
"There are no truth to rumors that Justin's mom is unhappy. She worked and co-operated on his autobiography."