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Homeless Man in Justin Timberlake Wedding Video Asks Singer for Help

| by Michael Allen

A homeless man featured in a mock video produced by Justin Huchel, a friend of Justin Timberlake, for the singer's wedding, is now asking Timberlake for help.

The video featured Los Angeles vagrants, street musicians and others sending well wishes to Timberlake and Biel for their recent wedding, reports AFP.

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The homeless man, who goes by “Eddie,” staged a Christmas Eve press conference in downtown Los Angeles, with lawyer Gloria Allred, to demand a meeting and direct apology from Timberlake.

Eddie has lived for six or seven years on Skid Row in Los Angeles.

Eddie asked for Timberlake to arrange a meeting with him through Allred “so you can understand my situation, and so that we can talk about this situation involving so many others who are homeless.”

“I would like to take you on a tour of Skid Row and other places where we the homeless live and talk with you about what you can do to help us."

Allred added: “This issue is not just about fans being upset or anyone being offended by a video. It is about people being down on their luck and in desperate need of help.”

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