Bieber’s testicles spark lawsuit

Justin Bieber’s testicles have sparked a lawsuit.
Justin Bieber’s testicles have sparked a lawsuit. OCESA/CHINO LEMUS HANDOUT-AAP

THE Biebs' testes are all in a twist.

Back in May, Justin Bieber made an emergency visit to Northwell Health on Long Island to have his testicles examined after he thought a soccer injury might have left one of them twisted.

Fortunately, Bieber's nether region is just fine, but a staffer working at the hospital can't say the same, reports the New York Post .

A woman named Kelly Lombardo allegedly accessed Bieber's medical files after hearing rumours he was admitted for an STD instead of a testicle injury and was subsequently fired.

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Lombardo has since filed a wrongful-termination claim with the New York Division of Human Rights. She claims she was fired for being a woman.

"My client never accessed Mr. Bieber's medical file," Lombardo's lawyer, David H. Rosenberg, told The New York Post on Tuesday. "She was falsely accused of doing so on account of her gender."

Lombardo and Rosenberg are waiting for a copy of the position statement, but they're "looking forward to vigorously prosecuting" the case, her lawyer said.

Bieber's rep didn't immediately return a request for comment.

It comes after Selena Gomez's Instagram posted nude photos of Bieber before the account was swiftly taken down.

The Bieber images, posted on Monday, were the same ones that were published after the pop star's Bora Bora vacation in 2015.

At the time, Bieber said that the publication of the uncensored images made him feel "super violated".

This article was first published in the New York Post.

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