November 4, 2011 By Wallin & Klarich

If the District Attorneys office wants to file criminal charges against this 20 year old woman who is stating she had sexual relations with Justin Bieber, she could end up doing as much as three years in jail for having sexual intercourse with a minor. It doesn’t matter if you have sex with a “pop star” at a break at a concert or in any other location. IF the person you have sex with us under 18 years of age you can go to jail.

Whether the DA will file criminal charges will depend upon many factors.

– First, do they believe the girl is telling the truth? Will a jury believe her story?

– Second, will the DNA testing confirm that Mr. Bieber is the father of this child?

If so, then the DA would have overwhelming evidence that in fact this 20 year old had intercourse with a 16 year old.

Whether the DA files charges in this case may depend in part upon the massive amount of publicity such a decision would bring to this case? Does the DA really want to make a consensual sex act between a 19 year old and a 16 year old celebrity a “major media circus”?

Had this been consensual sex between two “ordinary” people, the likelyhood of charges being brought would increase tremendously. That is why it is important to retain an experienced Southern California sex crimes attorney as soon as you think you are under investigation for statutory rape. You can contact the law offices of Wallin and Klarich at 1-888-749-0034 or visit for a free consultation.

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