Here's the University Newspaper link. Brigham Young University student and songwriter Clinton Poulsen is accusing Justin Timberlake of N'SYNC of stealing parts of one of his songs and putting it in the group's "Celebrity" album. "You have to understand that it's not the same exact song," said Poulsen, 20, a freshman from Damascus, Md. "It's not like he took it straight the way it was. A lot of the lyrics, melody, and production are the same and we had some experts analyze the song and there's no doubt in their minds that he definitely took parts of my song and put it in his." Poulsen alleges that while under contract with Wright Entertainment, the song "See Right Through You," which he wrote last March, was placed into Timberlake's hands and put onto the "Celebrity" album under Timberlake's name. "Justin had at least five different ways of access to my song, including my manager Doug Brown," said Poulsen. "There were also two secretaries in the office who are pretty young and are really good friends with Justin and members of his group and they had copies of my song." Brown, vice president and artist developer of Wright Entertainment, also manages N'SYNC. Poulsen said Brown originally denied Timberlake ever heard the song but hinted that it was a possibility and said he would sit down and confront Timberlake about it. "But we never heard back from him," Poulsen said. "I kind of had to cut ties with him because there was no trust there at all." Poulsen said N'SYNC producer Max Martin encouraged him to enter a contest on the Internet site Tonos.com. "See Right Through You" is the song that he wrote for that contest. In legal papers sent to Jive Records and several other record companies, Poulsen's attorney, Wayne Rooks, is ordering immediate ceasing "from any further manufacture, sale, copying reproduction, public performance or other exploitation" of "See Right Through You." "They have come back to us denying having used any portion of this material," Rooks said. "The ball is sort of in our court now." Senior director of business affairs for Zomba Music Publishing, Leslie Greene, who represents Timberlake, refused to comment. N'SYNC's "Celebrity" CD hit stores July 24 last year, and in its first week alone, it sold more than 1.8 million copies. Since then it has gone platinum five times. Poulsen said that although he has come in contact with Timberlake several times, he wouldn't consider them friends.