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Friday, 14 January 2011

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Legendary crooner and confirmed bachelor Justin Bieber[/color] scared the sh-t out of the cast of 'CSI' Wednesday, when he had trouble breathing and fainted after an allergic reaction to the anti-retroviral drug AZT.

"We have to see Marg Helgenberger naked on a regular basis, so we're kind of a hardened group," said CSI star Laurence Fishburne. "But when that little girl passed out, we all kind of freaked out."

"I met Justin at the hospital," said Bieber's physician, Dr. Luc Montagnier. "He stayed at the hospital about 30 minutes and was discharged."

Some of the CSI cast members were doubtful of this 'allergic reaction'.

"Yeah, it was an allergic reaction, if he is allergic to reading Selemna Gomez's Facebook page," said Liz Vassey, who plays a middle-aged talking serpent on the show. "Because it happened after reading that she wrote that his vagina smelled like Staten Island."

Selena Gomez told cops that her Facebook account was hacked, which cops found was untrue. Gomez was arrested and charged with filing a false police report, and was deported to Mexico.

Bieber will be back on the set of CSI to finish filming his scenes, in which he plays a marginally-talented Canadian internet footnote who fellates his way to fame and fortune, a role that may not stretch his acting skills too far.

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