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We’ll probably get to see Justin Bieber’s arrest video

We’ll probably get to see Justin Bieber’s arrest video

THE BEEBS: Lawyers for the pop star are trying to block the release of his arrest video. Photo: Associated Press

MIAMI (AP) — Video of Justin Bieber at a South Florida police station after his January arrest is expected to be made public, with some sensitive parts omitted.

Miami-Dade County prosecutors said DVDs of about 10 hours of video will be made public Wednesday afternoon.

The video was sought by The Associated Press and other media organizations under Florida’s public records law.

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Attorneys for the 19-year-old singer persuaded a judge to review the sensitive sections, including four clips depicting Bieber urinating in a cup for a drug test.

Bieber has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, resisting arrest and invalid-license charges. Police stopped him Jan. 23 after what they said was an illegal street drag race involving exotic cars.

Bieber bodyguard faces court date in Atlanta

SANDY SPRINGS, Georgia (AP) — A bodyguard for pop singer Justin Bieber faces a court date on a felony charge of entering a photographer’s automobile in suburban Atlanta.

Fulton County sheriff’s spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan says 32-year-old Hugo Hesny of Davie, Fla., is scheduled to make his first appearance at 11 a.m. Thursday in Atlanta, though she said it’s possible that could be moved up.

Sandy Springs police Capt. Steve Rose said in a statement that Bieber was at an entertainment complex in the city just north of Atlanta on Tuesday evening when Hesny got into a confrontation with a photographer he said had gotten too close to the singer.

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Rose says Hesny and a driver for Bieber followed the photographer to a parking lot. Police say the camera was taken from the photographer and later recovered.

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