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Justin Bieber's Legal Team Defends His Bulge

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Justin Bieber's legal team is here to declare that their client's muscles and bulge in that now-infamous Calvin Klein ad are unretouched. MTV Style and TMZ report that the Biebs' lawyers sent a letter threatening a defamation lawsuit to BreatheHeavy, the site that posted a tipster photo that were allegedly pre-Photoshop images from the shoot.

BreatheHeavy then released a follow-up statement: "Because BreatheHeavy is not about making anyone feel bad or intentionally stirring the pot (and are definitely not here for lawsuits), we shall retract the story per request. Bieber denies the photo is real, and I respect that and will believe him."

In addition to his lawyers, Bieber's trainer also vouched for him and his package. Patrick Nilsson told Access Hollywood: "I can definitely confirm that he is a well-endowed guy. I sound weird saying that, but yes."
· Justin Bieber Has Legal Proof That Those Calvin Klein Ads Are Real [MTV]
· The Justin Bieber Bulgegate That's Rocking the Internet [Racked]
· Justin Bieber Really Is a Calvin Klein Underwear Model [Racked]