Bieber doesn’t want anyone to see his willy in new prison video

2014-02-12 08:48
Los Angeles – The whole Justin Bieber saga just gets weirder by the day.

According to a new article published by Mail Online, Justin is reportedly fighting with Florida police over a video that shows him peeing in a prison cell after his arrest for DUI last month. 

Miami police have already released one video of the pop star's arrest, showing the 19-year-old getting a pat down at the station. 

"But Bieber is afraid of a more embarrassing video which shows him urinating and his lawyers are currently asking the court to block the video from being released because it shows his private parts," Mail Online reported. 

Peeing in a bucket

In July last year TMZ posted a video of the pop star relieving himself into a mop bucket in a restaurant. The video was shot when he and his friends, who sound like they've had one too many in the video, were leaving an unknown club through a restaurant's kitchen.

It shows the Believe singer standing by the bucket while his friends urge him on, saying that Bieber will be "remembered" for peeing in that particular bucket. The video ends off with a diss aimed at ex-American President Bill Clinton.

Wax on, wax off

On Tuesday Madame Tussauds revealed that they would be removing the wax figure of the 19-year-old star from their New York museum after it began to wear away from so many fans touching it over the years.

The statue shows Justin when he was younger and, despite regular maintenance, "it no longer does justice either to the star or to the attraction", so bosses decided to withdraw it from the site, BangShowBiz reported.

(Source: Mail Online, BangShowBiz, TMZ)
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