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Justin Bieber's videos yanked off YouTube

Pop star Justin Bieber's music videos have been yanked off YouTube.com following "false" copyright claims from a cyber bully.

All of the Baby hitmaker's official music videos were removed from the site after an Internet user, posing under the name iLCreation, submitted copyright complaints to officials at YouTube.

The singer's tunes were also swiped from music video website Vevo.com until the dispute could be investigated. Bad Romance singer Lady Gaga has reportedly fallen victim of the scam as well.

However Vevo bosses have urged fans not to worry about the temporarily blocked access, telling TMZ.com, the matter is most likely a hoax.

A rep says, "Someone is making false copyright claims against the Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga channels and YouTube has blocked access to the videos as a result. We are working with YouTube to resolve ASAP."