Following the incident where Argentinian photographer, Diego Pesoa, alleged that he was beaten by Justin Bieber’s bodyguards outside a nightclub, the singer had been on Interpol’s wanted list.
Thankfully, that is all over, as TMZ announced that the Canadian singer is finally off Interpol’s wanted list. It was reported that an Argentinian court has notified Interpol Argentina to withdraw an outstanding arrest warrant against Bieber and erase it from the system.
The warrant was initially issued when Bieber was ordered to appear for questioning but did not show up.
Bieber was accused of sending the bodyguards to attack a photographer outside a Buenos Aires nightclub during a 2013 South American tour, The Guardian reported. During the same trip, he apologized for defiling the Argentinian flag on stage and got into trouble with police for allegedly spraying graffiti in Brazil and Colombia.
Although the international arrest order initially issued by Interpol in April has now been lifted, the charges against him have not been dropped and the court is still expected to set a date for questioning in the case, the court source told The Guardian.
The singer was seen going out in Beverly Hills with Hailey Baldwin as the two went for a sushi lunch and hit the skatepark., Daily Mail reported. Justin went casual for the occasion, wearing grey sweat shorts, a matching grey tall tee with a striped undershirt and expletive socks that read ‘F**k You.’