The company RC3, who developed the phone app, claim that the parody game is protected under the Constitution, while the 'Boyfriend' singer insists that it is a defamation of his likeness and must be discontinued.
Bieber has now fought back in the case, saying that the lawsuit filed against him was processed in Florida and therefore should be thrown out, as the star does not live there.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the singer is adamant that the suit be dismissed due to the state technicality, though a judge has yet to make a decision on whether the plea stands.
Bieber allegedly got into a scuffle with paparazzi earlier today (May 27) when he and girlfriend Selena Gomez were swarmed after exiting a movie theater.
The 18-year-old singer recently announced concert dates for his upcoming world tour for his new album Believe.
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