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Justin Bieber accused of using a wheelchair to skip lines in Disneyland

What will he do next?

JUSTIN BIEBER TOOK a trip to Disneyland in Califonia on Sunday. One thing was off though, he was sitting in an unexplained wheelchair.

The popstar took photos with fans, who noted that he pretended to be “a normal person on a wheelchair”.

However, there didn’t seem to be anything wrong with him, and he was later pictured standing up. with a fan.

The immediate conclusion the internet jumped to was that he was skipping lines. E! news reporter Ken Baker, speaking on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show said:

“This is turning into a potential scandal, but no one knows what’s happening. Bieber, over the weekend, went to Disneyland with some friends and family. He went on a bunch of rides, but it just so happens that while he was he was also in a wheelchair the whole time. He was in a good mood, taking pictures with his fans, but people we’re getting annoyed because they felt like he was using the wheelchair in order to get to the front of the line on the rides at Disneyland.”

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However, Bieber’s reps told TMZ that it was simply untrue, and that the 20-year-old had a basketball injury he was resting. Anyway, Bieber doesn’t do lines either way.

We’re told Justin wouldn’t need the wheelchair to cut lines, because Disney already escorts him in and out of rides to avoid huge crowds gathering when he’s in the park.

So now.

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