Thursday, March 6, 2014

Watch it: Authorities release censored video of Justin Bieber urine test

On Thursday, Miami authorities finally released the footage (via TMZ) of Justin Bieber's urine test. While nine hours of video has previously been released, the judge in the case wanted to be sure that Bieber's genitals were well hidden when this video was released.

What's strange is that on Wednesday, sources said that the technicians were having difficulty blurring his genital, because Bieber was moving around as he urinated. However, the video only shows Bieber walking stall, and not moving that radically. It's also unclear why authorities said they were having technical difficulty with the video.

The footage, for those unaware, is part of the video that was taken after Justin Bieber was arrested for DUI, drag racing, and driving with an expired license. There is disagreement as to just how good prosecutors' cases are, and Bieber has reportedly turned out a plea deal because he did not want any probation.

You can view the footage, such as it is, below.

The urinalysis is perhaps the key evidence in Bieber's DUI case as evidence of marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax were found in the singer's system. Bieber has pleaded not guilty.

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