Justin Bieber questioned by Italian police

JUSTIN Bieber was questioned by police in Italy on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old singer, who recently admitted he is "not very proud" of his mistakes and insisted he is getting his life back on track after multiple brushes with the law last year, was reportedly interrogated by authorities at his five-star hotel in Rome about an incident involving his bodyguards and a local photographer in Argentina in 2013.

But a source close to the Canadian heartthrob told E! News: "He was questioned but wasn't as serious as they made it seem. He is still in Rome and having a great time."

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker is in Italy to film a cameo for the upcoming Ben Stiller comedy 'Zoolander 2'.

Another source told gossip website that Justin, who is said to have had to go through secondary search at Customs upon arriving in Italy, was questioned as there is an outstanding arrest warrant for him in Argentina because he failed to appear to face charges he allegedly instructed his bodyguards to beat up photographer Diego Pesoa in Buenos Aires two years ago.

The insider alleges the young star is on an Interpol list.

Another source suggested the police were only there to discuss security with Justin's bodyguards, as they were worried about crowd control.

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