No, Justin Bieber's genitals will not be on display.
That's what a Miami judge ruled yesterday in regard to a video clip of Bieber urinating in jail after his January 23 arrest, where he was charged with drunk driving, resisting arrest, and driving on an expired license. Police stopped him while he was drag racing down a Miami street.
We've already seen the singer walking unsteadily during a sobriety test. The latest involves video of the Biebs taking a urine test. The video clips will be made public with Bieber's genitals blacked out to protect the singer's privacy, the judge ruled.
"The court acknowledges that we were all 19 at one time or another, some longer ago than others" said Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield in the Associated Press video. "But, ah, we do stupid things in our lives, we do foolish things in our lives. And this defendant, his expectation of privacy, should stay with him at all, at all chapters in his life and even beyond when he leaves this Earth."
Read more in this Associated Press report.
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