Justin Bieber got the boot from a Chicago nightclub on Tuesday (July 9th). According to TMZ, the star was kicked out of the club when cops found out that he and his friends, who were under 21, were being served alcohol. The cops then served the club owners a citiation for serving or allowing a person under 21 on the premises without a parent or guardian. A rep for the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection told the site, "The ticket was issued by the police to Bodi Nightclub for admitting and knowingly having underage persons in the establishment."The rep added, "Typically the fine for a ticket like this would be $1,000.00, but the fine is not determined until the case is heard by a hearing officer and if the establishment is found liable for the violation.
"In other news, after violating a picture of ex-President Bill Clinton, Bieber has issued him an apology. A source told Extra that the singer called the ex-Pres and apologized for disrespecting him. And the two apparently had a great conversation, judging by Bieber's tweet. The singer said, "thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant a lot. #greatguy."