A few days after the White House offered a "no comment" on a petition to deport Justin Bieber, the bad boy singer had trouble getting into the country.
The Bieb returned from Asia Thursday and got detained at Los Angeles International Airport by U.S. Customs for two and a half hours. A source tells People magazine that Justin was held "for routine secondary questioning," most likely because of his legal problems, and was not being kept out of the U.S.
On Monday the White House said they would not comment on a petition to repeal the Canadian singer's green car, which has about 274,000 signatures.
Meanwhile, one of Bieber's legal problems has been put on hold -- his DUI trial in South Florida trial has been postponed to July. His lawyers asked for more time to examine evidence and mull over whether to accept a possible plea deal.