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With everything that is going on in Justin Bieber's life, the last thing he needs in someone on the inside trying to sell him out to the media, but that is exactly what is reportedly happening. According to an article published by TMZ on Jan. 17, someone in Bieber's camp is attempting to sell fake text messages containing photos that were allegedly sent by the star.

TMZ reports that someone in Bieber's inner circle has been attempting to sell text messages that were allegedly sent to Selena Gomez by Bieber. Reports indicate that one of the supposed faked messages contained a photo of Bieber's “private parts,” and read: “Come on, don't tell me you don't miss this.” To which Gomez allegedly responded by telling Bieber to “stop it,” and to “listen to Scooter and go to rehab.”

Justin Bieber, 19, was discovered on YouTube in 2008 by American talent manager Scooter Braun. In his short career, Bieber has sold 12.8 million albums, he has sold out 67 of the 88 shows he has performed, and even managed to sell out Madison Square Garden in 22 minutes, which holds 18,200 people.

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