Police video of Bieber's urine test released



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MIAMI (AP) — Miami prosecutors have released police video of Justin Bieber giving urine for a drug test, with sensitive portions blacked out as ordered by a judge.

The clips released Thursday show the 20-year-old singer standing behind a low partition to provide the sample. A black box is imposed over his lower half to conceal his genitalia.

The drug test is key to Bieber's driving under the influence case because it found evidence of marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax in the singer's system. Bieber also was charged Jan. 23 with resisting arrest and having an expired license. He has pleaded not guilty.

Court records also show Bieber was scheduled Thursday to give a deposition in an unrelated Miami lawsuit filed by a photographer who says he was roughed up by the singer's bodyguards.

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Curt Anderson

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