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Justin Bieber gave a deposition Thursday in relation to a case involving one of his bodyguards allegedly roughing up a photographer.
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Justin Bieber gave a deposition Thursday in relation to a case involving one of his bodyguards allegedly roughing up a photographer, and like everything in Bieber's life, the video was published on TMZ .
Bieber's attorney, Roy Black was asked about the deposition after video of the hearing quickly began appearing on Internet sites. Black criticized it as an invasion of Bieber's privacy.
Black said Bieber was asked in the deposition about topics such as his relationships with singers Selena Gomez and Usher "that had nothing to do with the case." A judge previously denied motions to keep Bieber's deposition sealed, he added.