Justin Bieber Steals Memory Card Out Of Photographer’s Camera
Justin Bieber is having a rough time with the media lately. In the most recent incident, the 19 year old pop star ordered his security guards to take a camera from a paparazzo outside of the ‘Hit Factory’ recording studio in Miami. Bieber wanted to make sure the photographer wouldn’t be able to shoot anymore and told his crew to “Grab that camera! Get that f***ing camera out of here!”. After the photographer pleaded to get his camera back and promised to delete the photos, Bieber Agreed to give back the camera but kept the memory card.
Last week Bieber confronted another photographer, this time it was at the Eastern Conference Finals game 7 where a photographer working for ‘Local 10′ snapped one photo of Justin with his cellphone. Justin decided not to ignore it, and ordered his bodyguards to go and delete the image from the photographers’ phone.
What do you think of Bieber’s actions? Was he right doing what he did? Or he needs to find better ways to deal with the media? Is it even legal to force a photographer to delete an image when the subject may not have any right to privacy? It’s a discussion that has much wider implications than just with regards to the polarizing pop star.