With the summer's hottest video and a major hit on his hands, everything has been going great for teen sensation Justin Bieber, but a summons for him or a representative for him to appear before a California judge has dampened his spirits a bit.
Back in the 1960's a young Grace Slick and her band, Jefferson Airplane, put out a song by the same name and she's wanting to know where Justin got his ideas to write his hit.
"She has no case" says a spokesman for Bieber. "She's only wanting back in the limelight again. You can't copyright the title of a song."
However, an attorney for Slick says he thinks his client has a case here.
"It's not only the title of the song, it's the lyrics near the middle of Bieber's song. Grace admits that the songs themselves do not have the same tune, it's the lyrics."
"This isn't like the George Harrison 'My Sweet Lord' and 'He's So Shy', that was the tune", stated the aging rocker.
Meanwhile the judge selected to hear the case could do anything. You see, this is the very same California judge, Judge Marsha Revel, who is ready to strangle Lindsay Lohan for continually breaking the court's rules.
If nothing else, this should help Justin Bieber grow up a bit. That judge can STARE you to death, according to Lohan.