You're in trouble, Justin Bieber.
An Argentine judge confirmed that enough evidence exists to bring Bieber, 20, in for questioning in regards to a criminal case from 2013.
Bieber is accused of sending his bodyguards to attack a photographer outside a Buenos Aires nightclub during a tour of South America in November of 2013. The photographer, named Diego Paseo, was allegedly beaten by Bieber's bodyguards during an altercation outside of INK Nightclub in the Argentine capital.
"The evidence from witnesses, footage and photos shows that he didn't want his pictures taken," Judge Facundo Cubas told Associated Press. "That led his bodyguards to chase down after the photographers and it was followed by a beating."
Selena Gomez's on-again, off-again boyfriend has been notified by Interpol that he has 60 days to appear in court. The judge will issue an international arrest order if Bieber fails to comply with the request. Under Argentine law, the "Boyfriend" singer could face up to six years in prison.