Canadian bad boy Justin Bieber risks US deportation
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Justin Bieber's run-ins with the law could potentially get him kicked out of the United States (US), the nation where the Canadian-born teen idol struck it rich, immigration lawyers said on Friday.
Bieber, 19, kept a low profile a day after he was charged with driving under the influence after police caught him drag racing in Miami Beach, Florida, allegedly after drinking and smoking marijuana.
On Twitter, the voice behind hits Baby and Boyfriend kept an uncharacteristic silence, leaving his 49 million followers to rally behind him with the trending hashtag #WeWillAlwaysSupportYouJustin.
Instead, Bieber let a picture tell 1,000 words with an Instagram of himself in a dark hoodie, waving outside jail, alongside an image of Michael Jackson a decade ago when the King of Pop was fighting child molestation charges.