Bieber’s ‘monkey debt to be enforced’
Justin Bieber still hasn’t paid fees to Germany after abandoning his pet monkey in the country.
The 19-year-old Canadian singer lost his gifted pet primate earlier this year after entering the country without filling out the proper paperwork for the animal.
The monkey, who is named Mally, was then seized and Justin has been issued a bill for processing, which officials say he still owes.
“Additionally, a copy of our letter was delivered to a staff member of Justin Bieber yesterday in L.A. at his arrival from Costa Rica,” attorney Ellen Frederichs told Celebuzz.
“As Mr. Bieber should be informed about his payment obligations by now, we hope that he takes his responsibility and settles the costs he has caused to the public, just like anybody else would have to do.”
Justin is rumoured to owe around $11,000 to the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation.
Lawyer Ellen confirms if he ever wants to step foot in Germany in the future, he must pay his fines.
“If Mr. Bieber will not settle his costs, the payment might have to be enforced when he will enter Germany again,” she said.
Justin was given the unusual pet for his 19th birthday in March by music producer Jamal 'Mally Mal' Rashid.
Monkey Mally was seized by German customs officials and placed in quarantine after the pop star tried to bring the animal into the country on his private jet.
Justin has just wrapped up the South American leg of his Believe concert tour and he ends his run amidst much controversy.
The pop star caused outrage when he performed in Buenos Aires earlier this week and seemingly booted a national flag off the stage.
But he has since apologised for disgracing the country, which he said he did by accident.
“Im so sorry for anyone who took my actions the wrong way and I hope you can forgive this mistake (sic)" Justin wrote on Twitter.
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