It’s no secret that some public figures do and say crazy things. (Remember Miley Cyrus’ 2013 VMA performance?) While some celebrity behavior gets laughed off, some of it leads to the celebrity in question being banned from entering certain countries. From Harrison Ford to Justin Bieber, here are 12 noteworthy people who have been blacklisted from at least one country.Justin Bieber (China)Lady Gaga (China)Chris Brown (U.K., Australia)Martha Stewart (U.K.)Brad Pitt (China)Martin Scorsese (China)Miley Cyrus (China)Alec Baldwin (Philippines)Harrison Ford (China)Beyoncé (Malaysia)Akon (Sri Lanka)Tyler, the CreatorRead original story 12 Stars Banned From Other Countries, From Justin Bieber to Harrison Ford (Photos) At TheWrap
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