Judge Orders Review Of Justin Bieber Jail Surveillance Videos

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February 14, 2014 | 2:17pm EST

A Florida judge has ordered a review of any further surveillance videos featuring Justin Bieber behind bars that prosecutors want to make public after footage of the singer getting strip-searched appeared online.
The Baby hitmaker’s lawyers petitioned a judge last week, urging him to block the release of the jailhouse videos and prosecutors have agreed to halt their plans pending a judge’s review.
Bieber insiders tell TMZ.com that footage yet to be released features the singer’s “intimate personal parts”. The judge’s decision will be made following the inspection of the remaining surveillance film.
Last week, it was revealed a police officer was facing an internal investigation over claims she attempted to take a picture of the singer while he was behind bars.
Bieber was arrested while taking part in a luxury sportscar drag race in Miami, Florida. He has been charged with driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license and resisting arrest without violence and is due to appear in court in Florida on Friday.