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Justin Bieber nudes: Pop star fears cops will find scandalous photos

Singer Justin Bieber arrives at the premiere of Open Road Films' 'Justin Bieber's Believe' at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on December 18, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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Justin Bieber is worried that cops will find nude pictures and drug references on his cell phone. According to a Jan. 16 TMZ report, cops have seized the pop star's phone and they're not letting go of it anytime soon.

Law enforcement told TMZ that they got a hold of Bieber's phone when they searched his mansion on Tuesday. They allegedly snatched it out of his hands when he wasn't cooperating. It was reported that the cops told him to "sit down" during the search warrant.

Sources say that the LAPD is interested in the texts that could incriminate the singer and send him back to Canada. Cops want to see if he bragged to someone about the egg-throwing incident. Law enforcement calls this additional matter a "text high 5."

Bieber's brain is scrambled on more important matters. He's concerned about what cops will find on his phone. He's afraid that his nude photos and drug references could get leaked to the public.

Justin Bieber is still being investigated for vandalism. He allegedly threw raw eggs at his neighbor's house. The damage to the property is said to be estimated at $20,000.