Justin Bieber Allegedly Punches Man Choking A Woman At Coachella

A man showed up to a Coachella party on Saturday and put his hands around a woman's throat. That's when singer Justin Bieber swooped in.

Justin Bieber may not have performed at this year’s Coachella, but he might have done something worth applauding.

While the singer attended a Coachella party on Saturday, an intoxicated man showed up and allegedly attacked a female partygoer, according to TMZ. Source told the publication that the woman was the man’s ex-girlfriend. The man then allegedly grabbed the woman by the throat.

That’s when Bieber, 24, swooped in.

He yelled at the man to stop but all the man allegedly responded with was a swift “Go f--- yourself.”

The Biebs reaction? He reportedly punched the man in the face and threw him against a wall after the man refused to loosen his grip around the woman’s throat.

Bieber and his representatives have not spoken publicly about the incident. The La Quinta Police Department confirmed that the incident happened, according to People.

There does not appear to be footage of the scuffle, but partygoers did capture Bieber dancing that day. It's unclear if it's at the same party.

After the incident, the man was thrown out of the party, but was seen chasing and hitting an SUV a little while later, screaming Bieber’s name. That’s when police arrested the man, according to TMZ.

Police said that “investigating officers responded to the residence where the alleged battery occurred but were unable to locate any witnesses or evidence of a battery.” Additionally, the woman “declined to press charges for the alleged battery and had no visible injuries at the time of police contact.”

J-Biebs had a busy weekend. Earlier that same day, he was spotted chatting with Walmart “Yodel Kid” Mason Ramsey and offering him his support.

On Sunday, Bieber made party poeple Beliebers while singing at an intimate church event.

[Photo: Getty Images]

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