Why? Because he broke her ears.
Stacey Wilson Betts took her daughter to see Justin Bieber's show in Portland, Oregon two years ago (14.07.10) when she was hit by a "sound blast".
In the lawsuit, Stacey claimed it was incredibly loud inside the arena because of the pop star's shrieking fans, according to TMZ.
However the 18-year-old singer apparently made the din levels increase when he climbed into a "heart-shaped aluminum/steel gondola" (???) which dangled over the crowd.
In the paperwork, the prosecutor says he "created a wave like effect of screaming by pointing into various sections of the arena. Then enticed the crowd into a frenzy of screams by contin-uously waving his arms in a quick and upward motion."
She continued to explain that the gondola acted as a "sound conductor creating a sound blast that permanently damaged both of my ears."
As a result, Stacey claims she now suffers from tinnitus - which causes a constant pulsing, whooshing sound that makes it hard to sleep - and "other hearing-related damage."
Don't let the above story deter you from bringing your daughter to a Bieber concert - it could be worth it in the long run. For example, my sister brought her 10-year-old daughter - an Belieber Superfan - to see Justin Bieber in the O2, and her daughter was put off for life. The reality just didn't live up to the expectation.
Upside, my sister and her family never have to listen to Justin Bieber again. Then again, if the experience rendered her hearing impaired, she'd have to listen to her Don Henley albums at full blast.