Justin Bieber Wanted By Police For Vandalism After Being Egged On To Graffiti
The pop star tagged a wall and Brazilian police aren't happy.
Justin Bieber is in trouble yet again after allegedly spraying graffiti on a wall in Rio de Janeiro, whilst he was in Brazil. Though images show the 19 year-old pop star spraying on a wall covered with tons of other graffiti artists' creations, vandalism in Brazil is a crime apparently punishable by up to a year in jail.
Bieber Is In The Brazilian Police's Bad Books After He Sprayed A Wall.
The police reportedly tried to track down Bieber after the crime was discovered but found the mansion that he had been renting vacated, according to TMZ. However, sources close to Bieber claim that the 'Baby' singer was egged on by locals and told it was okay to tag the wall.
The star was caught on camera defacing the hotel wall in the upmarket district of Sao Conrado along with his friends and bodyguards. Rather than spray tough guy tags, Bieber opted for the rather puerile slogans "Bielibers 4 life" and "respect privacy" as well as drawings of faces and baseball caps.
The Singer Apparently Swears He Didn't Know He Wasn't Allowed.
Photographers trying to capture Bieber's crime were allegedly attacked by members of his entourage, including bricks being thrown at cars, with Justin himself flipping the bird at the cameramen before yelling "suck my d**k."
Having since moved on to Paraguay to perform, Bieber has left the country but a police spokesperson, via The Daily Mail, warns that the singer could be arrested if he tries to enter Brazil again. Bieber's Brazilian bodyguards are said to have been questioned by police and gave statements regarding the incident after the hotel confirmed that it had not given Justin permission.
Bieber Could Be Arrested If He Tries To Enter Brazil Again.
This rather immature incident is the latest in a long line of faux pas this year, including an incident at the Anne Frank museum where he wrote that he hoped she'd have been a Belieber, abandoning his pet monkey 'Mally' in Germany, and urinating in a cleaner's bucket before disrespecting Bill Clinton.
Take into account these incidents as well as a bad habit for turning up hours late to his own concerts, punching one pap, running over another, and regular tantrums left, right and centre and you get a picture painted of a child star on a collision course with jail.
Justin Bieber has not publically commented on this latest incident.