The man behind the theft of a laptop belonging to Justin Bieber has admitted that he will put anything he finds on there on to the Internet, however Bieber has been unmoved by the threats and hit back at his aggressor, posting: "@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it. #toostrong," to his Twitter page.

The antagonist promised to post a throng of juicy content from the stolen laptop at noon today (October 12, 2012) in a comeback to Bieber’s comment, and with the clock ticking down it is only a matter of time before we potentially see what potentially career-harming content might be made public to the millions of Internet users across the globe.

However, not everyone is fooled by the apparent theft - which also included Bieber’s camera being stolen – with a number of Internet users claiming the whole thing to be a hoax and a publicity stunt. According to a number of commentators on the issue, the only thing that will be made public at noon today will be his latest video for his new single, featuring Nicki Minaj.

So far, two videos of Bieber have been posted on YouTube that are said to be the work of the unknown assailant. The first features a younger Justin filming a crowd of screaming fans outside his hotel window and the second features some behind the scenes footage of him pulling a prank on a sleeping friend.