The assault case against Justin Bieber, 16, has been dropped by the RCMP. Bieber was alleged to have hit a 12-year-old boy last October at a laser tag facility in Richmond, British Columbia, but witnesses at the gaming facility, Planet Lazer, told police the younger boy was the one at fault. Beiber was in B.C. to play a concert at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The day after the concert, he went with his father to Planet Lazer. Witnesses said the younger boy called the singer a homophobic slur twice and then reached out with his hand towards Justin, who pushed the kid’s hand away and left. The father of the 12-year-old told police his son was assaulted at the facility and insisted on filing charges, but Richmond RCMP have confirmed that “no charges will be forwarded as the evidence collected does not support doing so.” To enter our contest to meet Justin Bieber in London, England, click here.