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Roy Black Is Protecting Justin Bieber's Private Parts!



Sheesh, that's a headline I thought I'd never write:
Justin Bieber's lawyers on Thursday will try to persuade a Miami judge to block media access to any more images of the semi-clad teenage singer from when he was in police custody for his arrest for driving under the influence.

"While in custody at the Miami Beach police station, the defendant was captured on videotape in various states of undress which show intimate personal parts of the defendant's body," according to a legal motion filed earlier this month in Miami-Dade County Court by Bieber's Miami law firm.

One video showing Bieber being patted down by a Miami Beach officer was already released to the media in early February, the motion states, in violation of the law and before the singer's lawyers were notified of its existence.

The motion said the Florida constitution and state law protected such images from being publicly disclosed.
Releasing video from Bieber's brief time in custody would cause "irreparable harm," the teen's lawyers say, requesting that they be allowed to view the images before any decision is made to release them to the media under Florida's liberal public records law.

Ok, in this case I'm with Roy -- let that nice kid from Canada preserve his well-earned dignity.

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  1. Teeny weenie !!!!!!!

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  2. Beibs ain't paying top dollar. he's getting the second their , Roy's associate scrubnick

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  3. I've got pictures of my penis you may publish !

    - fake GW

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  4. Presumes there is something worth protecting.

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  5. Leave the kid alone. His dad deserves a night in the dungeon, and I'm not talking about jail.

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