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Mexican president denies meeting Justin Bieber

2013-11-20 10:26
Mexico City - Mexico's president has denied a tweet by Justin Bieber saying the singer met with the leader and his family prior to a show.

It was the latest sour note in Bieber's controversy-filled Latin American tour.

President Enrique Pena Nieto's office put out a tweet late on Monday that read "@Presidenciamx denies meeting between President @EPN with the singer @justinbieber."

That was a response to a tweet from Bieber's official account saying: "just met some amazing mexican beliebers and the presidente of mexico and his familia."

Apparently, Bieber was confused about whether the president was there or not.

Criminal complaints

Early on Tuesday, Bieber wrote in a tweet: "correction. I met the presidente's family and all their friends in the private meet and greet with all their security. They were very nice."

The 19-year-old pop sensation faces two criminal complaints and demands for refunds in Argentina, in addition to trouble with Brazilian police for allegedly spraying graffiti in that country.

Bieber angered Argentines by abandoning a concert after less than an hour and not showing up for a photo-op that some fans paid hundreds of dollars extra for.

The singer's manager, Scooter Braun, said Bieber came down with food poisoning after a concert on Saturday, and despite eight hours of intravenous fluids, insisted on trying to do Sunday's concert against doctors' advice.

One Argentine lawyer is accusing Bieber of sending bodyguards to attack a photographer outside a Buenos Aires nightclub.

Another accuses him of defiling the national symbol by dragging two Argentine flags off stage with his feet and a microphone stand before 45 000 "beliebers" during the first of two concerts in River Plate stadium.

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