Justin Bieber Reportedly Punches Man at Coachella Party for Assaulting a Woman

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Justin Bieber has been a lot of things in his short time on Earth: a pop-star, actor, celebrity church enthusiast, and now, Woman Protector.

The superstar Canadian singer was at a Coachella party on Saturday night when he punched a guy in the face and threw him against the wall after the man in question grabbed an unnamed woman by the throat at the party. Justin was talking to some people when a guy walked in, spotted a woman. and went ballistic.

Justin and his friend screamed at the man to get off her, but when that didn't work he took matters into his own hands.

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Sources at the party told TMZ that the man "appeared to be on drugs and it looked as if the woman may have been his ex-girlfriend". That's when Justin allegedly punched the guy and shoved him up against the wall, which freed the victim.

TMZ sources claim the Baby singer was at the party with a pal when the unnamed guy, who appeared to be on drugs, went insane and attacked a reported ex-girlfriend. Also in the Instagram snap, which received over a million "likes", were singer The Weeknd and Call Me By Your Name actor Timothée Chalamet.

Authorities eventually arrived and arrested him. Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Justin for comment.

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