Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber can sue over a sex doll that has been made in his image.
American company Pipedream Products has launched a plastic Just-in Beaver blow-up sex doll which is modelled by a Bieber lookalike wearing a sideways hat, the Huffington Post reported.
The doll, which is promoted with some X-rated slogans, is touted to be "Finally 18! and "Ready to Rock Your World!".
It is available for purchase on Amazon, with prices ranging from US$20 (NZ$24) to US$138.
The doll may not be available for long however, as Bieber could sue for the company's use of his celebrity, the Huffington Post reported.
Bieber, who just turned 18 in March, had already tried to pull another product from the market in February, TMZ reported.
A mobile game app called "Joustin' Beaver" featured a a beaver, dressed in a purple hoodie, which gamers had to defend from "phot-hogs".
The company did not cancel the app, saying it was a parody and therefore protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
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