Justin Bieber and Usher have won the $10 million lawsuit that claimed the superstars' collaboration 'Somebody to Love' was plagiarised, according to latest reports.
Devin "the Dude" Copeland and Mareio Overton filed the court case against the pair after reportedly stating the 2010 song was stolen.
According to Hollywood Reporter, U.S. district judge Arenda Allen dismissed the claims this week.
JB and Usher have been cleared according to reports (FayesVision/WENN)
"Having examined Plaintiffs' song and the three accused songs, the Court finds that the songs cannot be reasonably construed as being substantially similar," the judge writes. "Although the accused songs have some elements in common with Plaintiffs' song, their mood, tone, and subject matter differ significantly."
This is one less court case Biebs has to now worry about after he was rocked with quite a few legal cases these past few months.
The 19-year-old singer, was taken into police custody for a DUI, driving with an invalid license and reportedly resisting arrest from officers on Miami Beach before being released on bail earlier this year.
Justin was also at the centre of a vandalism investigation over an alleged egging attack on his neighbour's home and also faced an assault accusation in Toronto.