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State attorney's office releases new Bieber arrest video

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MIAMI (WSVN) -- The state attorney's office has released three new video clips from the day of Justin Bieber's Jan. 23 arrest.

Recently, the state attorney had released about 10 hours of video from Bieber's arrest, but there were about five clips from the video being contested by Bieber's defense attorney and a judge recently said those videos should be released.

Three of those five clips were released Wednesday afternoon. The three videos contain shots of Bieber taking his urine test the day he was arrested.

Miami Beach Police officers said they pulled him over because he was drag racing. However, Bieber was charged with DUI. In the video, you can see a Miami Beach Police officer holding what is believed to be a cup with Bieber's urine after he took the test.

According to persecutors, in the urine sample, they found Xanax and marijuana. There are two other clips that have not been released because a judge has ordered the state to black out certain portions of Bieber's body when he was at the urinal before the footage is released.

The urine test is important to the state's case because they believe Bieber was impaired.

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