Man Busted for Selling Fake Justin Bieber T-Shirts

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(Memphis) Shelby County Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested a man accused of selling fake Justin Bieber merchandise outside FedExForum.

Investigators caught 43-year-old John Clark pulling black t-shirts out of his jacket.

He’s accused of selling them to fans attending Thursday’s concert in downtown Memphis.

A witness says Clark was selling them for $20.

The original tour t-shirts sell for $35.

Detectives recovered 36 additional shirts from Clark’s car valued at $1,300.

Investigators also seized $700 in cash.

Clark is charged with the Use of a Counterfeit Mark/Logo.