A Justin Bieber video typically features choreography and a Selena Gomez doppelganger tangled up in the pop star’s charms. But thanks to one Florida judge, a very different brand of Bieber video will soon rise through the viral ranks.
Footage of the pop star taking a urine test will be made available for viewing, Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield ruled Wednesday. Several media outlets, including the Associated Press, had requested the footage under Florida public records law.
Now, five new clips, featuring Bieber in the hours after his January reckless driving arrest, will be made available to the public. The new footage of Bieber, 20, follows some already-released videos of the crooner stumbling through a sobriety test and doing post-arrest push-ups in his cell.
Two of the new clips set for release are of Bieber taking a drug test. Bieber’s genitalia, however, will be censored.
(The sound you just heard was a billion Beliebers letting out a collective groan.)
“Mr. Bieber’s right to privacy is paramount. He has not lost his right to privacy and that is what is important here.”