'Disturbing' clip of Justin Bieber being 'violated' aged 18 sparks debate about how he was treated as child star
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A compilation video of Justin Bieber which has been posted to TikTok is sparking debate over the way he was treated as a child star.
The TikTok video shows a series of clips of people interacting with the singer and him reacting uncomfortably, with people watching the video saying they found the way people behaved around him 'disturbing'.
In the first clip in the compilation an 18-year-old Bieber is held around the neck and kissed by Jenny McCarthy, with the singer breaking free and saying 'wow, I feel violated right now'.
McCarthy later said she 'did grab his butt' and jokingly described the moment as 'cougar rape', saying she 'couldn't help it, he was just so delicious'.
The video continued with clips of Katy Perry grabbing his butt and James Corden telling a 16-year-old Bieber 'you smell amazing' and then complimenting him on his eyes.
The next clip was of Bieber on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where the host showed the audience a paparazzi shot of the singer in the nude.
Other clips in the compilation included Bieber when he was 15 being asked to give 'the sex talk' to a woman as he said 'I feel really uncomfortable right now' and asked 'why do you want to know the sex talk from a 15-year-old boy'.
Another clip of Bieber being interviewed aged 15 had him asked if he 'liked French girls because they have big boobs' and questioned about whether he knew how to french kiss.
Again the singer seemed very uncomfortable, saying he was being 'asked some really weird questions' and pointing out that his mom was in the room.
More clips kept coming as the singer was told he had 'beautiful lips' and a young Bieber was told to 'wear condoms'.
The TikTok ended on a more recent clip of the singer saying he wanted to protect Billie Eilish from what he went through.
With the video going viral and attracting millions of views people have been disturbed to see how Bieber was treated as a child star, denouncing the treatment as 'gross and disturbing'.
Someone else said 'we were all asleep back then' and admitted they 'feel bad for overlooking his discomfort', while another admitted they 'get why he has his guard up'.
A third said Bieber 'should never had had to go through all of that' and while there was a discussion over why it wasn't called out as much when it first happened there was an overwhelming consensus that the singer had been badly treated as a child star.
UNILAD has contacted the representatives of Justin Bieber and Jenny McCarthy's for comment.