Justin Bieber sought by Argentinian judge over assault

After skipping a hearing related to assault charges against him in Buenos Aires, an Argentinian judge asked international police to arrest Bieber, the International Business Times reported on April 10.

According to reports, Argentina Judge Alberto Banos sought the assistance of the International Police (Interpol) to arrest and detain Bieber in any country. Bieber, 21, reportedly failed to appear in Argentina court after he was charged with assaulting a photographer in Buenos Aires in November 2013. The Canadian pop star was outside of a nightclub when he apparently ordered his bodyguards to attack the photographer. If he is found guilty of the charges, Bieber may go to jail for a maximum of six years.

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