An online petition to deport Justin Bieber in light of his recent legal troubles has reached 100,000 signatures and will be reviewed by the White House. Here's a look at celebrities who have been kicked out of the U.S. and other countries around the world:
Paul McCartney -- It may be hard to believe, but the former Beatles frontman has been deported twice. Japan gave him the boot in 1980 after he tried to bring a half a pound of weed with him on a tour of the island nation. And in 1960, German authorities threw out the then-fledgling rock star because he was caught burning a condom.
Allen Ginsberg -- In the 1960s, the American poet was deported from Cuba for complaining about the Cuban government's anti-marijuana stance. Cuba deported him to Czechoslovakia where, only a week later, he was deported again over his expression of "radical ideas."
Rod Stewart -- The raspy-voiced British singer was deported from Spain during his early career in 1963 after he was found sleeping under a bridge in Barcelona. He was arrested by police and subsequently deported for vagrancy.
George Harrison -- In 1960, the late musician was playing with The Beatles in Hamburg, Germany, and was deported from the country for being underage. He was 17 at the time.
Yusuf Islam (formerly known as Cat Stevens) -- The British musician was deported from the United States in 2004 after his name appeared on a no-fly list. Turns out, Israel had deported him in 2000 for supposedly giving money to the Palestinian group, Hamas.
Anna Chapman -- This sexy Russian spy gained celebrity-like status after she was "outed." She and 10 other spies were deported from the U.S. back to Russia in 2010.
Charlize Theron -- The South African-born actress claims she was deported from the U.S. in 1994 for being involved in a documentary criticizing America's relationship with Cuba. She was eventually let back in, though, and is now an American citizen.
Paris Hilton -- The heiress and socialite everyone loves to hate was kicked out Japan in 2010 over her prior drug arrests in the United States.
Russell Brand -- The British actor and comedian was deported from Japan in 2011 over his criminal record in Britain.
Gary Glitter -- The 1970s British rocker was deported from Cambodia following his arrest in the UK on child pornography charges in 1999.
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