A former choreographer of Justin Bieber’s reportedly claims the Canadian singer degraded and mistreated her.

The choreographer, Emma Portner, revealed her alleged treatment by Bieber on her Instagram account on Monday, People reported. In the post, she called Bieber’s actions an “abomination.”

She wrote in the post, “I regret working under your name. I gave your universe my naive body, creativity, time and effort. Twice. For content you made millions off of. While I made zilch. Natta. Barely anything. Less than minimum wage for the hours I invested.

“I couldn’t afford to eat. I was sweeping studio floors to be able to practice my own craft. The way you degrade women is an abomination.

“You religiously go to a church that does not support the LGBTQ+ community. Your company hired an out lesbian in your music video, and to choreograph some content for your purpose world tour. How do you feel about that? A lesbian, HELPING YOU, for a disrespectful amount of money, as you attend a church that goes against my existence?

She continued her post by saying, “I can only hope for your enlightenment. That you read a ton of books. I will gladly purchase and send you some books that will change the way your traumatized brain thinks. You depend on proper guidance to move forward. I BEG that you find it. A straight white pastor/manager can’t be your only major source of world view.”

“I have so much to say but mostly … I really hope you educate yourself beyond your bible. You have IMMENSE power. Use it to STOP DEGRADING WOMEN. We should all be ‘checking on you’ and Chris Brown because you both need to be held accountable,” she added.

The Instagram story was captured by Pop Crave on Twitter and has since expired. Portner also tagged Bieber in the post.

Portner, 24, was Bieber’s choreographer on his 2016 “Purpose World Tour.” Portner is married to Ellen Page.

Bieber had not responded to the now deleted post at the time of writing.

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