Justin Bieber just can’t seem to keep himself out of trouble. This time the singer has drawn the ire of an Argentine judge who issued a bench warrant stemming from a 2013 incident. The issue in question is a summons that Bieber reportedly never responded to, when he was accused of ordering one of his bodyguards to attack a photographer. According to Fox News, judge Alberto Julio Banos ordered the immediate arrest of Justin Bieber as well as two of his bodyguards.
According to the prosecution, it’s possible this issue could have been resolved a few years ago, but the singer hasn’t been willing to return to Argentina since the incident to answer questions. It’s not clear whether or not this warrant would extend beyond Argentina and whether the Bieber camp would return to the country in order to address the issue. Local laws could see the Canadian born singer serving anywhere from one month to six years for the crime, should he be convicted.