Justin Bieber Threatens Legal Action over ‘Joustin’ Beaver’ Game [Update]

Justin Bieber has been turned into a Beaver and he’s unhappy about it. The pop star’s legal team fired off a cease and desist letter to the makers ‘Joustin’ Beaver’ mobile phone game.

Justin’s legal team is demanding the game be removed from iTunes immediately, and that a full accounting of the game’s revenue be turned over. But RC3, the company responsible for the game, say they will continue to sell it because it’s a parody and protected by the First Amendment, reports TMZ.

In the game, a Joustin’ Beaver, which is designed to look like Justin, floats down a river and fends off ‘phot-hogs’.

Justin’s image is worth a lot of money, so it’s highly unlikely that they’ll allow anyone (even a beaver) to use it for free.

[Update] RC3 has filed a preemptive lawsuit against Bieber, asking a court to declare that the company is not violating any laws by by selling the game.