|Justin Bieber in court after his arrest.|
The five video clips, two of which reportedly show Bieber urinating into a cup for a drug test, have been a subject of debate since Bieber's January arrest. Multiple media outlets had requested the videos be unsealed under Florida's open records laws, while Bieber's attorney argued the release of the videos would cause "irreparable harm."
In making his ruling, Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield said officials would black out Bieber's genitals prior to the release of the grainy security videos.
"Mr. Bieber's right to privacy is paramount," Altfield said. "He has not lost his right to privacy, and that is what is important here."
The Miami Beach Police Department took Bieber and R&B singer Khalil Amir Sharieff into custody on Jan. 23, for allegedly drag racing on the streets of Miami. Police ultimately charged Bieber with DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an invalid license.
Authorities said Bieber's urine test indicated the presence of marijuana and the antidepressant Xanax.
Bieber's attorney, Roy Black, reportedly told The Associated Press he is satisfied with Tuesday's ruling.
[Image: Miami-Dade County Court]