Canadian artist Justin Bieber could be deported from the United States, country where it acquired his fame.
The 19-year-old singer was trying not to get into trouble on a day after the police stopped him driving at high speed in Miami Beach, under the influence of marijuana and alcohol.
After being released, on Friday thanked the support of more than 49 million followers by posting on his Twitter account: “You are worth the penalty without import what other say. Be strong God is with all us. My beliebers changed my life. I’ll be allways grateful”.
But there are those who do not support him. Last Friday, about 8,000 people had already signed a petition on the official site of the White House on the internet asking that the young Canadian was deported to his country.
Bieber, who tomorrow will have to appear for the second time before the judge to decide on the real levels of alcohol he had when he was stopped, lives and works in the United States thanks to the so-called O-1 visa. In this regard, the lawyer specializing in migration issues Michael Wildes told ABCNews.com: “If the ICE (immigration and customs enforcement of United States service) would like to investigate him, could have a case”.