German authorities have asked Justin Bieber to drop nearly $8,000 for the care of the capuchin monkey he left in Munich after bringing him on tour without the proper paperwork.
The bill would cover the cost of vaccinations, any accommodations, and transportation for the monkey. The monkey is named Mally and is now being cared for at a zoo in northern Germany.
Customs officials made the bill public after failing to get a response from Bieber at his listed address. Bieber must pay the bill the next time he comes to Germany or else he risks being denied entry.
If Bieber is unable to pay cash, customs officials could take away other property until they meet the claim.
The monkey was taken to a Munich animal shelter after being confiscated at the end of March as Bieber arrived in Germany for his European tour.