Let's hope Justin Bieber doesn't have any plans to visit Argentina in the near future. A Buenos Aires judge has reportedly ordered the singer's arrest, stemming from an incident that took place in November 2013.

According to TMZ, a photographer accused Justin of ordering his bodyguards to attack him outside of a Buenos Aires nightclub. The judge presiding over the case first ordered Justin to return to Argentina for questioning, giving him 60 days to do so. As Justin failed to appear in court, the judge officially called for his arrest. The judge said, "I consider it pertinent to order the immediate detention of the accused."

This isn't the first time Justin has faced legal troubles in Argentina — or elsewhere. He was actually banned from all Argentinian hotels in 2013 after a group of his most fervent Beliebers destroyed hotel properties and disrupted hotel guests. Fans camped outside of the hotel where he was staying at the time and tore down police barricades that were put up to keep them at bay.

Argentina isn't the only country that's served Justin legal papers. He was arrested in Canada back in September 2014 for getting into an ATV accident with paparazzi; he was accused of battery by his Calabasas neighbor back in 2013 over a Ferrari; was banned from a nightclub in Vienna in 2013; threw eggs at a neighbor's house in an expletive (and video taped) rant; and had no problem relinquishing custody of his pet monkey to a German zoo.