Some heavy allegations have recently come out about Justin Bieber. Two women are claiming that the singer has sexually assaulted them. In claims provided by Pop Crave, one woman named Danielle claims that Justin Bieber sexually assaulted her at a Four Seasons hotel in 2014.

Danielle states, “A man… approached me and my friends and asked us if we wanted to meet Justin. Of course we said yes.” She goes on to say that they went back to the Four Seasons and things got out of hand. She says, “My body felt unconscious” before detailing the specifics of the assault.

In another claim, a girl names Kadi explains that she was also sexually assaulted by the singer in 2015. She starts her story, saying, “I believe Danielle, I am a victim of sexual assault too by Justin Bieber too.” She then recaps her night with Justin and explains that it led to her going to rehab for mental treatment.

Since the allegations came out, Justin Bieber has gone on Twitter to defend himself. In a string of tweets, Justin is providing receipts proving his innocence.

“Rumors are rumors but sexual abuse is something I don’t take lightly. I wanted to speak out right away but out of respect to so many victims who deal with these issues daily I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statement,” the singer writes. He then provides detailed information on his whereabouts when the assault allegedly took place.

In the evidence, he shows tabloid articles about his whereabouts, photos evidence, old tweets from fans saying where they spotted him, and hotel receipts. He also points out many times that he was with Selena Gomez because that is when the pair was dating.

At the end of his tweets, Justin announces that he will not use the alias ‘mike lowery’ anymore when booking hotels. He then lastly retweeted a statement from Cole Sprouse, who was also recently accused of sexual assault.

The tweet said, “False accusations do tremendous damage to victims of actual assault. Furthermore, I would never seek to silence anybody. I encourage that people look into the accusations themselves, as the events detailed were factually untrue. 2.”