Remember when Justin Bieber’s dick broke the internet yesterday?
Well, his lawyers aren’t very happy about it and have ordered media outlets to stop posting pictures of their client naked.
The pictures were snapped while the Biebs was on holiday in Bora Bora with model Jayde Pierce, where he decided to go for a skinny dip.
The images were initially published by New York Daily News, who covered up his junk. The original images, which showed Bieber totally naked, then leaked online, where they were subsequently shared by thousands, The Independent reports.
The pop brat’s law firm, Myman Greenspan, responded by sending cease and desist letters demanding websites remove images of Bieber’s penis, as apparently they breach the singer’s privacy rights and infringe upon his trademarks. His dick’s a trademark?
Hollywood Reporter have seen the the letter, which reportedly says:
We recently became informed that your company has obtained and is distributing unauthorized photographs of our Client including images showing him without clothing.Advertisement
The magazine claims the 21-year-olds lawyers have threatened to sue if the pictures aren’t taken down. Hopefully this means we can now return to a Bieber-Dickless internet (after this post, obvs).