Justin Bieber’s Ban From Argentina Ends After Photographer Assault Conviction Reversed
Argentinian Beliebers rejoice! TMZ is reporting that Justin Bieber is officially free to return to the South American country once again, following a 2013 incident involving a local paparazzi photographer.
TMZ reported in 2015 that a Buenos Aires judge issued an order for Bieber's arrest, in connection with the 2013 incdient in which Bieber allegedly ordered his bodyguards to attack a photographer outside a club.
Two years ago in December 2016, a local judge found Bieber guilty of the charges. He's technically been a wanted man in the country since then. Bieber's team have been appealing the ruling for several years, however. Recently, the Argentinian Supreme Court reversed the conviction and cleared Biebs.
Last week on December 18, a "Document of Resolution" was filed, which officially gives the pop star the all-clear to return to the country. Now, if he'd hurry up and release some of that new music he teased in November, he might have a reason to return to Argentina!
Just an idea, Justin!