Nude Photographs Of Justin Bieber Now Sold On Black Market Magazine

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Friday, 27 August 2010


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A magazine sold on the street that no one seems to know anything about, The Black Market Magazine, has some of it's street vendors selling copies of #213 this week, containing nude photographs of a seven-year-old Justin Bieber.

Although reps from the young singing star are trying to locate the headquarters of this magazine, they can do little about it because of the freedom of speech law.

IF they could prove the magazine was telling untruths about their star, they might have a case, but the photographs seem to be real.

Update: It just came in over the wire that someone calling himself Justin Bieber has blogged that the photograph was him. According to "Bieber" the photograph was taken by a friendly priest that came by his family's home after moving to a house near-by.

This "Brother Sardine" had stayed there for six months spending time in preparation to join the silent "Brothers of Brothers" Abbey located in the next county.

According to the blog, the priest took several photos to remember the family and friends and asked for these special ones of his very favorite seven-year-old.

After several calls were made to the "Brothers Of Brothers Abbey", someone answered the phone each time but would only cough.

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