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Justin Bieber Grabs Fan's Boob at Miami Meet-and-Greet! Plus Six Other Celebrity Gropers

Justin Bieber loves his fans. He's also big on tits too.

This past weekend in Miami, Bieber got a little handsy with a fan girl during a meet-and-greet event at the American Airlines Arena when he awkwardly grabbed her left breast in what appears to be the world's most uncomfortable celebrity encounter ever.

We've blocked out the young woman's face because (a) we're not entirely sure she's of age and (b) the poor thing's gone through enough already.

However, she isn't the first person to have her naughty bits fondled by a pop star. Musicians have a long history of playing grab-ass, boob and crotch, and we've got the pictures to prove it!

Check out Crossfade's list of celebrity gropers after the jump.

See also:

-Justin Bieber Pukes on Stage!

-Justin Bieber's Fans Want To Breathe His Farts, Shower In His Vomit

-Bieber Gone Bad: Seven Steps From Tween Idol to Single, Drunk, and Stoned

-Fashion Freakouts at Justin Bieber's Believe Tour in Miami

Justin Timberlake

Few men know the female breast better than Justin Timberlake. Homie exposed Janet Jackson's nipple on live television during Superbowl XXXVIII and grabbed Mila Kunis's breasts several years later at the MTV Movie Awards.

Diana Ross

Remember Lil Kim? Neither do we. But Diana Ross thought she had a sweet rack at the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards.

Miley Cyrus

All Miley Cyrus wanted for her birthday was "a big booty ho" to grope, and she certainly go it.

A$AP Rocky

This guy got a handful of Rihanna during the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, fulfilling nearly every dude's fantasy on TV.


Not only can Rihanna take a little groping, she can do a little groping herself. At last year's Victoria Secret fashion show, for example, the Barabian beauty went in for the crotch grab, digging for "Diamonds" on a female model.

Of course, nobody's a better little crotch grabber than the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Check out the 50 ways he grabbed crotch throughout his career.

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