Justin Bieber Attached to Porn Video?

Porn Star Neves Capitalizing on Her 15 Minutes of Fame

bieberThe name of Justin Bieber is reportedly attached to a porn video filmed by the Brazilian woman who snapped photos and a 30-second video of Bieber sleeping in a hotel room in Brazil Nov. 7. Tati Neves is reportedly releasing a sex tape with Bieber’s name attached but let’s be clear–Bieber is not in the video at all.

Neves, the 27-year-old Brazilian in question, is reportedly a porn star using Justin Bieber’s fame to promote her porn video. She claims she slept with Bieber before snapping a video of him sleeping. Her porn video was filmed a few years ago and is being released again by HotMovies.com to take advantage of Neves’ new-found notoriety.

Although Neves claims she didn’t intend for the sleeping Bieber video to be publicized, and it was sent to a friend, she does not seem to mind using Bieber’s name now to promote the porn video.

Neves is clearly not shy about self promotion because she did an interview shortly after the sleeping Bieber video went viral, in which she reportedly said she slept in bed with Bieber but didn’t say any more than that.

Understandably, Bieber was reportedly not pleased with being secretly videotaped by a woman he had invited to his hotel room. Sources reportedly claim he did not sleep with Neves. Well, of course!

Why Is Bieber Getting Himself into Hot Water Abroad?

Bieber has attracted negative attention from authorities in South America during his Believe world tour. From disrespecting the flag of Argentina to painting graffiti in Brazil and Colombia (where graffiti painting is illegal), he seems to have questionable judgment and a sense of self-entitlement. Sure, Bieber is 19 and being famous worldwide can be heady and essentially living in a bubble surrounded by bodyguards and heavy security can shield one  from the real world, but Bieber needs to learn cultural sensitivity when he travels abroad. Do his people not care about his image? If Bieber wants to go out and spray paint graffiti, his people need to know if that is legal in the country he’s visiting. Isn’t that their job? Because they’re doing a piss poor job of it.

Not to mention Bieber reportedly wiped the stage floor with the Argentinian flag during a performance. Bieber reportedly claims he wasn’t aware he was wiping the floor with the flag of Argentina. Instead, it is reported he thought it was a T-shirt and wasn’t aware it had a picture of the national symbol of Argentina.

In both instances, Bieber is not suffering the consequences of his actions. He got plenty of flak and anger aimed at him after spray painting graffiti but he is not being charged. It is the same with desecrating the flag of Argentina, which carries a sentence of up to four years in prison, yet authorities are not charging him for that, either.

What does it say about law enforcement officials when they are too afraid of enforcing laws in their countries just because a famous musician, wealthy and surrounded by protection, insists on doing whatever he wants? Would you be surprised if I said money? Nope. Of course it’s money, it’s always money. Bieber brings in loads of money when he tours, and if he were charged with anything, he probably would not visit South America again.

Regardless, Bieber should still be charged and learn he can’t do whatever he wants just because he’s a celebrity, but the fault doesn’t only lie with him. It lies with his publicist and security and everyone who works with him, and especially his parents. Where the hell are they?

Juana Poareo

 

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