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Justin Bieber's legal team from Black, Srebnick, Kornspan & Stumpf have filed a motion to keep intimate photos and video that were taken of Bieber while in police custody from the public.
Bieber’s legal team said that the state attorney’s office told them that news agencies have filed a public records request for video tape footage of the singer’s time in jail, according to Reuters.
In the motion to suppress any video or photo evidence, the attorneys state, “While in custody at the Miami Beach police station the defendant was captured on videotape in various states of undress which show intimate personal parts of the defendant's body.”
According to Liberty Voice, the video shows Bieber coming into the Miami police state with three officers. He stands by the desk with his arms folded until an officer instructs him on the paper work that he needs to look at.
The officer has to continually get the singer's attention on the paper work. Then Bieber is frisked until his hoodie gets in the way. He ends up taking the hoodie off, and the officer finishes the search.
The entertainer’s legal team will have more to worry about than the Bieber in various states of undress, as Bieber was recently charged with assault in a December case in Toronto against his limo driver, an egging case in California.
He has a court hearing on March 3 for his DUI in Miami.