Bieber in trou­ble in Ar­gentina

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

BUENOS AIRES, Ar­gentina — Justin Bieber says he’s sorry and he hopes Ar­gen­tines can for­give him. Now he may need to tell that to some judges. The 19-year-old pop star faces two crim­i­nal com­plaints af­ter his wild tour in Ar­gentina, in ad­di­tion to troubl for al­legedly spray­ing graf­fiti in Brazil and Colombia. One Ar­gen­tine lawyer is ac­cus­ing Bieber of send­ing body­guards to at­tack a pho­tog­ra­pher out­side a Buenos Aires night­club. Another ac­cuses him of de­fil­ing the na­tional sym­bol by drag­ging two Ar­gen­tine flags off stage with his feet and a mi­cro­phone stand. If tried and con­victed in the flag in­ci­dent, that could mean up to four years in prison. Bieber tweeted Thurs­day that he’s sorry. He says he “would never do any­thing to dis­re­spect Ar­gentina.”

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