Justin Bieber Calvin Klein Underwear Ad: Website Retracts Photoshop Claim

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Justin Bieber's new Calvin Klein underwear ad continues to be a hot topic, with rumors that the sexy photos were retouched. But on Friday, Jan. 9, the website BreatheHeavy.com retracted its previous claim that they were photoshopped.

"Team Bieber sent BreatheHeavy a cease and desist letter because of the alleged un-retouched Calvin Klein photo we posted, asking we remove the picture in question as well as provide a retraction," the site posted.

"Because BreatheHeavy is not about making anyone feel bad or intentionally stirring the pot (and are definitely not here for lawsuits), we shall retract the story per request."

Us Weekly exclusively revealed Bieber's new campaign earlier this week. A representative for Calvin Klein told Us the "Boyfriend" singer "showed up early every day with amazing energy" and "gave it his all." Not soon after, BreatheHeavy.com posted what they claimed was an untouched photo of the star.

The site added: "We sincerely apologize to Bieber for the hit to his ego and to the millions of tweens on social meida we upset…"