Justin Bieber Meets With Bully Victim Casey Heynes and Lends “Born to Be Somebody” to Documentary “Bully”

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APR 13, 2012 – Justin Bieber, who has come out and admitted he was a victim of bullying while school officials and other students looked away, is letting his new song "Born to be Somebody" to be used in the new documentary "Bully" from Weinstein Co. currently playing in theaters that explores the topic of bullying in schools (watch the trailer below). Also, Justin Bieber met up with a young Australian student Casy Heynes who became an Internet sensation for standing up to a bully at school in a video that went viral (see below), and finally watch the video of Justin meeting Casey below that.  (photo credit: Georges Biard/Wiki)

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