Popular eighties reggae artiste Eek-a-Mouse is facing legal problems in the United States.
Eek-a-Mouse is reportedly being deported from Paraguay to the USA where he will then face extradition to North Carolina on 4-year-old charges.
Reports are that Eek-a-mouse left the US sometime after his arrest on rape and narcotics charges in August of 2008.
He insisted he was innocent but misses a court date due to a flight cancellation.
It was then reported that Superior Court Judge Jerry Tillett issued a warrant for Eek-a-mouse's arrest with a US$ 1 million bond for failure to appear.
Eek-a-Mouse was found in Paraguay on November 21 without a proper visa.
Police said as of Thursday, the reggae artiste was in custody awaiting extradition to North Carolina from Florida.