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Justin Bieber's Private Parts Spark Lawsuit

08-30-2017
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) Pop star Justin Bieber's private parts are at the center of a new wrongful termination lawsuit between a fired hospital staffer and the hospital that fired her.

It has been confirmed to Radio.com that fired hospital staffer Kelly Lombardo is filing a wrongful termination suit against Long Island's Northwell Health, claiming that she did not access Bieber's medical records, the stated cause for her termination. Lombardo claims instead she was let go because she is a woman.

The drama began back in May, when a soccer injury led Bieber to visit Northwell Heath with fears that he might have damaged his testicles. While the pop star's private parts were fine, the health center claims that Lombardo snatched a copy of his files after hearing rumors that he was actually there for STD treatments, according to TMZ.Read more here.

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