Justin Bieber Released By Customs At LAX, Allowed To Enter U.S. — See The Pics Of His Wild Arrival!

After being detained for a reported three hours for questioning by U.S. Customs officials in the Tom Bradley International Terminal of Los Angeles International Airport after his Air Singapore flight touched down from Tokyo on Thursday (April 24), Justin Bieber was released and allowed to enter the United States.

According to TMZ, who was on the scene, Justin exited the terminal with his entourage at approximately 6:22 p.m. PT and was hustled past a huge crowd of gathered fans and photographers into a waiting SUV by his bodyguards.

No further information has been released about the nature or reason for the extended questioning, and Justin kept silent despite numerous questions thrown his way after his release. He did, however, take to Twitter to reassure his fans that he was okay:

 

Check out the pics of Justin’s wild LAX arrival in the gallery below now. What do you think the Customs officials had to ask Justin?

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Justin Bieber Detained By U.S. Customs Officials After Flight From Japan

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Justin flew into LAX airport earlier today on an Air Singapore flight from Tokyo; the Canadian born pop star was met with a warm reception, but by the last people he wanted to see. E! News broke the story and reported “U.S. Customs officials have been questioning the 20-year-old for the last two hours inside the airport’s Tom Bradley International Terminal. Bieber’s entourage has been standing around waiting for him”.

There has been no official word as to why Justin was detained and questioned for hours, except to say, “the agency cannot comment on an individual’s processing due to privacy laws, “our CBP officers are charged with enforcing not only immigration and customs laws, but they also enforce over 400 laws for 40 other agencies and have stopped thousands of violators of U.S. law.”

Justin seems to be on the radar of all local law enforcement, and now the U.S. Customs agency has joined the party. My sources are all in agreement in their belief that Justin is being unfairly targeted and harassed. I don’t have a criminal justice degree, and I’m all for keeping the country safe from all threats (foreign and domestic), but I’d think these agencies could put their time and money to better use.

Let’s hope it wasn’t anything serious and Justin can back to do what he does best — making good music.

Credits: E! News

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