Justin Bieber: Argentine Justice could order his capture


Bad news for Justin Bieber: a judge from Argentina decided to summon investigatory statement to the pop star, who is accused of an alleged incident at a Buenos Aires nightclub last year, when the Canadian singer was on tour in the country. The investigating judge Facundo Cubas issued an order for the Interpol (international police) department of the Argentine Federal Police to locate the artist and one of his custodians and notify them that they must appear to testify in the Argentine Courts.

According to judicial sources cited by the official agency Telam, the magistrate warned that if Bieber does not appear to testify within 60 days after being notified, he will order his capture. Justin Bieber, 20, and one of his custodians were denounced for incidents recorded on November 9, 2013 at the Ink nightclub, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo. Among other things, they are accused of allegedly assaulting a photographer and keeping his camera and leaving the nightclub, presumably without paying for the amount consumed.

According to the record, the singer would have given orders to his custody to avoid being photographed when he was leaving the establishment. According to the judge's ruling, Bieber is subject to a "degree of suspicion that enables his summons" to an investigatory statement, for which he asked Interpol to locate the artist and his custodian "in the homes where they reside, in the place where they have planned hold an event or anywhere else ».

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Via | EFE

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