Justin Bieber has been ordered to appear before a court in Argentina for the alleged assault last year. Justin Bieber assaulted a photographer outside a Buenos Aires nightclub in November 2013.
A justice ministry official told AFP that Argentine Judge Facundo Cubas gave the singer and one of his bodyguards 60 days appear in court or face arrest.
Justin was on his music tour in Argentina when this incident occurred. After getting into a fight with the photographer, the later filed a complaint against the Canadian singer. Justin asked one of his bodyguards to forcefully seize the photographer's camera and mobile phone outside the nightclub in the exclusive Buenos Aires neighbourhood of Palermo.
Justin has been involved in a lot of cases these days including one in Canada last year in which he allegedly assaulted a limousine driver.
Earlier this year, he was pleaded guilty to lesser charges after taking part in an illegal drag race on a Miami street.
The 'Baby' singer was also sentenced to two years' probation for throwing eggs earlier this year at the home of a neighbour in California. Apart from all this, Justin has also done some crazy antics like cursing former US President, Bill Clinton in July 2013.
On the other side, the singer is making headlines every day over his love life. His on-off romance with Selena Gomez and his flirty nature is keeping him in news.