Louis Tomlinson WON'T be banned from the US even if convicted
The One Direction star, 25, was seen outside his home in LA after he was booked for simple battery on Friday night following a row with photographers taking pictures of his girlfriend Eleanor Calder.

By Joe Sheppard For Mailonline

PUBLISHED: 16:59 EST, 6 March 2017 | UPDATED: 19:26 EST, 6 March 2017

Louise Tomlinson has been seen for the first time since allegedly attacking a woman and a photographer at Los Angeles Airport.

The One Direction star, 25, was seen receiving a Starbucks delivery while wearing a dark hoodie at his home in LA.

Tomlinson was booked for simple battery on Friday night after he became enraged by paparazzi taking pictures of him and girlfriend Eleanor Calder.

As he challenged one of the photographers, Miss Calder reportedly became embroiled in a fight with fan, Ana Becerra, 22, who was taking pictures with her phone.

Louis, who is in the US on an entertainer visa, rushed to her aid and allegedly wrestled the fan to the floor to break up the fight.

Ms Becerra claims the pop star hit her and was filmed saying she would press charges.

Her friends recently revealed told The Sun she has received 2,000 threats on social media since the bust up.

She is reportedly too scared to leave home following the abuse since her bust-up with the 1D star and his girlfriend Eleanor Calder in LA.  

But even if Louis is convicted, he will not be blocked from entering the country as his charge is only a misdemeanour.

The only way this could affect his current immigration status would be if the crime were to involve moral turpitude or great bodily harm, which this case does not.

It comes as the star hired a top Hollywood lawyer nicknamed ‘Mad Dog’ to contest his police charges.

His defence will be led by Marty Singer, who is said to charge £1,600 an hour, The Mirror reported.  

Singer - who has earned the nickmame 'Mr Fixit’ - has previously represented Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone, Charlie Sheen, John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, who dubbed him the 'best lawyer in the world’.

According to entertainment news website TMZ, Tomlinson’s case is likely to end up as an informal hearing in the City Attorney’s office - an alternative path to charging someone with a crime.

Astonishing footage of the fight has appeared online and the hashtag #WeSupportLouis is trending among his fans who say he and Eleanor are the real victims, with one witness telling MailOnline Louis’ girlfriend was hit in the face and throat by a gang of girls.

The film of the brawl first shows Louis trying to push away the camera and then falling to the ground in a heap with the photographer, named online as Karl Larsen.

(recap and a few photos of Louis getting Starbucks delivery below the cut)

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Request: How would the egos react to their partner being arrested?

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Darkiplier: Dark would be slightly disappointed. He doesn’t mind you doing illegal stuff, just don’t get caught.

Wilford Warfstache: Wilford wouldn’t really care. He’s been arrested before and thinks it’s all just a waste of time.

The Host: The host wouldn’t really care, shrugging it off. What you do in your spare time is up to you.

Googleplier: Google would be supportive of you, hacking the police database and deleting any records of offences you’ve committed.

Antisepticeye: Anti would be proud. Knowing that it’s not just him that has a dark side.

Chase Brody: Chase would be saddened, wondering why you would even do something like that to get you arrested in the first place.

Jackieboy Man: Jackieboy would be very disappointed. Not wanting to talk to you for a few days after. He would expect more from you.


First Louis gets head scar from fighting a “fan”, now he gets arrested from protecting his girlfriend, Eleanor. The security guard he fought with was capturing the fight Louis had with a “fan”. Then another “fan” was recording, having proof. Who’s fault was it really: the fans, the security gaurd, the pap, Louis’?…