Justin Bieber may be arrested if he enters Argentina.
Judge Albert Julio Banos has allegedly ordered for the 'Boyfriend' hitmaker's "immediate detention" because of a warrant stemming from an incident which took place in Buenos Aires in 2013.
His bodyguards, Hugo Alcides Hesny and Terrence Reche Smalls, are also allegedly subject to the same warrant, the Associated Press reports.
The incident, which took place two years ago, saw photographer Diego Pensoa accuse Justin's bodyguards of attacking him at a club in the country's capital city.
It was alleged that Justin ordered the attack and his warrant came about because he never answered questions about the incident before leaving the country.
If he is found guilty of causing an injury, Justin could face anything from one month to six years imprisonment.
It is not the first time Justin has got in trouble with the law.
Last year, he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence while in Miami.
He also paid $80,000 after being charged with misdemeanor vandalism after allegedly egging his neighbor's home.
Since then, his former neighbor Jeff Schwartz has filed a lawsuit against the star, claiming he and his wife have been left with "emotional distress" following the egging incident.