Justin Bieber's lingering legal problems have officially caught up to him.
A Florida judge has ordered the 22-year-old to return to Miami from the international leg of his Purpose World Tour for a deposition stemming from a 2014 lawsuit, according to TMZ.
In case you don't remember, over two years ago, photographer Manuel Munoz was snapping some pics of Justin outside of SET Nightclub when the controversial singer noticed and wasn't too happy about it. According to a lawsuit filed by Munoz, Biebs' bodyguard Dwayne Patterson chased the cameraman into a nearby Subway restaurant and allegedly beat him up to get the pictures.
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The gossip outlet reports lawyers met in court on Wednesday where the judge gave Justin 30 days to return to Miami to be questioned by the photog's attorney, Mark DiCowden, regarding the alleged attack and Bieber's past altercations with fans and papz.
Problem is, this obviously interrupts the Sorry singer's European tour which isn't scheduled to end until late November. Boo hoo.
Plus, there's a good chance the deposition will be videotaped… and we all remember how that went last time.
If the Love Yourself pop star doesn't show up, the judge threatened to issue a writ of bodily attachment, which allows sheriff's deputies to haul in the young singer if he doesn't come voluntarily.
Tick tock, J.B.!
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