‘Confident’ crooner Justin Bieber has at least one thing he can definitely be confident about these days – that over 244,000 Americans want him out of the country.
An online petition to have the Canadian beau deported boasted approximately 111,000 signatures by January 31st, an accomplishment that warranted review from the White House. Now, less than a week later, the signature total has doubled and nears the 250,000 mark while a counter-petition to keep Biebs ashore rest at 7,945 as of time reporting.
Jay Carney, White House Press Secretary, announced via press conference last week that “…response will come I’m sure relatively soon.” To make matters worse, public officials, including U.S. Senator Mark Warner , have openly announced their support of the petition to oust the pop bad boy…
The NY Daily News reports that Bieber cannot be deported based on DUI or drag-racing offenses. Now, if reports that the singer – whose Miami arrest was accompanied with toxicology reports that the singer had been using Xanax and marijuana – prove true, then that would be sufficient grounds for deportation.
As Beliebers know, Biebs is set to face a Floridian judge on March 3rd for charges of DUI, resisting arrest, and driving with an invalid license. Keep it locked to That Grape Juice for more as this story unfolds.