Justin Bieber threatened as stolen videos leaked on Twitter

Published by Alison Potter
Published on 12 October 2012

Justin Bieber threatened as stolen videos leaked on Twitter

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In the same week Justin Bieber had to deal with a naked picture scandal, he faces the prospect of having personal home footage posted on the internet for all to see.

An anonymous thief, who claims to have taken the Believe singer's laptop and camera, has now threatened to destroy Justin’s reputation and fame.

Yesterday a person calling himself “gexwy” took to Twitter and posted two home videos of Justin.

In the first one a much younger-looking Biebs is in a room surrounded by hoards of screaming fans, and another more recent clip shows the 18-year-old pranking a member of his crew on tour.

But “gexwy” says there's more to come and he's been teasing the Canadian superstar non-stop on the social networking site.

The anonymous thief tweeted: “Good job with the password protected @justinbieber. weak.”

In response to the threat of more incriminating videos being uploaded from his stolen laptop, Justin replied: “@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it. #toostrong.”

The user's tweets only go back to yesterday, indicating that the person joined just to get under Justin's skin.

As well as uploading the two videos, "gexwy" sent a five second clip to gossip site Perez Hilton.

This showed the Never Say Never singer splashing around with a bunch of females at a pool party, with long-term girlfriend Selena Gomez nowhere in sight.

Alongside the video Perez wrote: “The user claims that he is going to be tweeting out the ENTIRE video of this party tomorrow at noon... and the rest of the footage is promised to be SUPER scandalous!!!”

“Gexwy” continued to intimidate the star, writing: "TOMORROW. u've been warned. should of listened @justinbieber."

He added: “We will see tomorrow at NOON. last chance...TOMORROW PUNK.”

In response to messages from Justin’s fans to please respect his privacy, the thief asserted: "And the rest of u can just shutup. u have no idea what i have and when u see tomorrow u will feel different."