Lady Gaga's new album has been banned from sale in Lebanon, according to a U.K. report.

The pop superstar released "Born This Way" last month and topped charts across the world, even breaking digital sales records in the U.S.

However, the record has reportedly been stopped from going on sale in Lebanon after officials in the conservative Middle Eastern country impounded a shipment of the CDs on moral grounds, according to Britain's The Sun.

The publication reports the disc was deemed "offensive" by officials, just weeks after her track "Judas" was taken off air in the mostly-Muslim country.

Gaga's "Judas" has previously come under fire from a number of Christian groups, who have been angered by the lyrics and her use of religious imagery in the video.