Aug 15, 2013 01:43 PM EDT

Justin Bieber Says "It Will Be A Cold Day In Hell Before I Get Deported"??? "Baby" Singer Thinks He's Invincible [Watch Video + Report]

Canadian teenage star Justin Bieber may face deportation from the United States if authorities confirm that he is involved in an assault case.

If convicted, Bieber, who is famous for his hit single "Baby" will be sent back to his home country of Canada.

The incident, reports say unfolded in South Pointe -a club in Southampton as Bieb's security team intimidated other clubgoers.

Law enforcement however were not called to the scene of the assault, sources say but a person who had to receive medical treatment due to the brawl filed a complaint against Justin and his crew.

Justin took to Twitter the day after news of the event made it to the tabloids and said that it was just a rumor. The rumor however resulted to injuries of a 22-year-old clubgoer who somehow irked the "Baby" singer after trying to get inside the VIP lounge.

Richard Yemm of the immigration office says, "If Justin is convicted of assault or battery, he could be refused admission to the United States or be placed into removal proceedings from the United States."

Sources tell media that Justin Bieber's bodyguards are taking the heat. On the night of the brawl, his bodyguards dealt with the person Bieber had a problem with -the brawl allegedly took place in the club's parking lot.

Bieber who called the 22-year-old clubgoer/victim a punk ass bitch was allegedly assaulted by Bieber's crew.

The Canadian singer is getting bad press left and right but it's not just his crew's fault sources say. An insider told the media that Bieber said, "It will be a cold day in hell" before he [Bieber] will be deported from the United States. Other insiders shared to members of the media that Justin Bieber thinks he is "invincible."

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