Pop sensation Justin Bieber could be deported from the U.S. if he is convicted of assault and or battery. “If Justin is convicted of assault or battery, he could be refused admission to the United States or be placed into removal proceedings from the United States,” said immigration attorney Richard Yemm.
Fans of the star will be glad to know that three of the recent criminal investigations involving Bieber have not amounted to anything, but he still has to deal with two incidents that involve paparazzi who say that Bieber’s bodyguards took memory cards from their cameras.
One of the press members claims that he was choked and strangled by Bieber’s bodyguards. In a separate incident, another member of the paparazzi says that he was assaulted in a parking lot after he took photos of Justin and his then-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, The Inquisitr reported.
There is also an ongoing police investigation following a brawl in the parking lot outside South Pointe nightclub in Southampton, New York. The accuser, Wayne Rennalls, said that Bieber called him a “punk bitch” and he threw a rock at him in response.
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“That’s when Justin jumped out the sunroof and slid down the car like he was in Die Hard,” an alleged witness explained. “His people surrounded Wayne, who was getting punched from all angles. Rennalls claims that Bieber kicked him during the assault. He is suing the singer in a personal injury lawsuit.
Bieber isn’t worried, but maybe he should be.
“He laughed when he heard that he was being investigated, and said that it’ll be a cold day in hell before he’d actually be charged with anything,” a source said.