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Tattooed Canadian songbird Justin Bieber isn't just facing legal issues in the United States: he's gotten into a mess back home too. 

CBC News reports that the Biebs—who was arrested last week in Miami for driving under the influence and drag racing—is expected to return to his native land to face a charge related to the alleged assault of a limo driver in December. Per an earlier report, it was unclear at first whether Bieber was involved in the alleged assault of the driver, who was shuttling around the egg-throwing prince and his entourage. The night of the assault, Bieber went to a Toronto Maple Leafs game. The Toronto Police tweeted this afternoon that they "cannot confirm information in media about Justin Bieber." 

Meanwhile, back in America, Bieber's antics have reached the White House. Enough people have signed a "Deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card" petition on the We the People site that the Administration must issue a response. 

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