Justin Bieber is suing two social media users for accusing him of sexual assault.

Claiming the pair's allegations are "factually impossible" and part of a scheme to seek attention and fame, the singer has launched legal action against Danielle and Kadi for defamation.

According to legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Bieber claims he has "indisputable documentary evidence" to prove their sexual assault claims are nothing but "outrageous, fabricated lies".

Danielle claimed Bieber sexually assaulted her in a Four Seasons Hotel room in Austin, Texas in March, 2014, but he insists he can prove there's no truth to the allegation.

According to the paperwork, Bieber admits he was in the city for an appearance at the SXSW festival, but he did not stay at the Four Seasons Hotel and was there with his then-girlfriend Selena Gomez.

Bieber is convinced Danielle made up her story based on public reports he ate at the Four Seasons Restaurant on 10 March, 2014.

Kadi claims Bieber sexually assaulted her at the Langham Hotel in New York City in early May, 2015.

Calling her accusation "an elaborate hoax", the Baby singer insists the woman, a superfan who waits outside hotels for him, fabricated her story based on the fact he attended the Met Gala nearby.

Bieber claims he went to a private party after the fashion bash and stayed there until almost 4am before visiting a favourite hotdog stand, where he was photographed, making Kadi's 2.30am hook-up impossible.

Bieber believes the social media accounts for Danielle and Kadi might be run by the same person.

He's suing for more than $20 million (£16.1 million) in damages.

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