Justin Bieber Responds To Those Naked Photos

Justin Bieber Threatens Legal Action Over Naked Photos


by Lauren Smith |
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Justin Bieber is reportedly threatening to sue media outlets after nude photos of the star surfaced online on Wednesday. The singer was photographed in the buff while on holiday in Bora Bora, with his penis supposedly on display for the world to see, and the internet reacted accordingly.

The New York News was one of the outlets that published the snaps - and now The Hollywood Reporter says that Bieber's team have sent a cease-and-desist letter to the paper asking them to remove the photographs.

The letter acknowledges that the photos are of Bieber, despite speculation that the photos are not of himL

"We recently became informed that your company has obtained and is distributing unauthorized photographs of our Client including images showing him without clothing," the letter reportedly reads.

The photos, according to the letter, represent a violation of the singer's publicity and privacy rights and infringe on Bieber's trademarks.

The singer's legal team are threatening to sue if the photos aren't taken down - and at the time of writing the photos are still on the New York Daily News' website, albeit censored.

Speaking to The Independent, a spokesman from FameFlynet UK, the picture agency responsible for the photos said: “There’s no invasion of privacy” and did not comment on whether a long-lens was used to get the photos.

See the best reactions to the nude photos leak here.

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