Justin Bieber's Private Parts To Become Public Record

03/06/2014
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(Radio.com) A photo of Justin Bieber's private parts will soon be released into the wild of the internet. Judge William Altfield of the Miami-Dade County Court has decreed that, collaterally speaking, Justin Bieber's privates can and will be used evidence in his recent Miami arrest.

The judge plans to release five videos from the arrest night, including, but not limited to, a video of Justin Bieber's privates as he is taking a urine test. As Miami Herald reports, authorities will "shade or blacken" Justin Bieber's privates.

While the universe aims to busy itself with matters of actual importance, Justin Bieber's privates looms large on the horizon. Justin Bieber's attorney previously argued that Justin Bieber's privates need not even enter into the court proceedings.

"This is not a hard line to draw, all we are asking is that first, the court hold an en camera review," said one of Justin Bieber's defense attorneys Howard Srebnick to CBS Miami. "Second, that the court hold as a matter of law, a presumptively innocent person, if the police film him or her urinating, there's no reason for the media to make a spectacle of it, even if the person is a high-profile person."

Another lawyer, CBS4/Herald attorney Scott Ponce, argued that it is in the public's best interest - nay it is their right - to see Justin Bieber's privates. Read what he had to say here.

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