Selena Gomez Subpoenaed For Justin Bieber Lawsuit: Hilarious Pictures

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Looking fabulous, Selena Gomez was subpoenaed on Thursday, March 27, to testify in Justin Bieber's lawsuit where he allegedly kicked a photographer in the stomach back in 2012 -- see the hilarious pictures PacificCoastNews

You've been served! Selena Gomez was subpoenaed to testify in one of Justin Bieber's lawsuits on Thursday, March 27. The "Come & Get It" singer was caught off guard when a woman handed her legal documents outside a convenience store in L.A.

Gomez, 21, appeared to be in low spirits during the interaction. In photos, a woman decked out in a vibrant pink scarf is seen approaching the star from behind. Gomez — with a soda in hand — then collected the paperwork. Even if she wasn't in the best of moods, she looked great in ripped denim cutoffs and a loose polka dot top. She also rocked sunglasses.

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Gomez was summoned to testify about an incident that involved then-boyfriend Bieber, 20, back in May 2012. At the time, the "Heartbreaker" singer allegedly assaulted a photographer at the Calabasas Commons while the two were out on a date. The pair left the scene before police arrived.

"The victim complained of pain and requested medical attention. Personnel from the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded," a statement from the Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff's Station said at the time. "The victim requested a criminal report be taken regarding the incident and a allegation of misdemeanor Battery report was taken at the scene."

The on-again, off-again couple have been very much on in recent days. Earlier this month, the twosome reunited at a Texas Starbucks following Bieber's deposition in Miami. During the questioning, Bieber lost his cool when a lawyer asked him questions about Gomez. "Don't ask me about her again," he repeated six times.

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