Mike Tyson was escorted back to a flight heading back to his country after he was accused of flouting immigration laws of Chile.

Mike Tyson was escorted back to a flight heading back to his country after he was accused of flouting immigration laws of Chile.

Mike Tyson was escorted back to a flight heading back to his country after he was accused of flouting immigration laws of Chile.

 Chilean police on Thursday deported former boxing champion Mike Tyson.

He was turned back over “non-compliance with immigration laws”. Tyson, 51, was put on a flight home minutes after he arrived the country, the Investigative Police (PDI) said.

Local media reported that the former world heavyweight champion was planning to attend an awards ceremony for action films taking place in Santiago, Chile’s capital.

“Detectives from the International Police are re-boarding Mike Tyson for not complying with immigration law,” the PDI said on its verified Twitter account.

The PDI did not specify which part of the law Tyson did not comply with, and did not immediately respond to an email and a phone call seeking additional information.

Tyson served three years of a six-year U.S. jail sentence for r*pe in 1992.

In 2012, New Zealand revoked an entry visa for Tyson after a charity that was going to benefit from his visit dropped its support due to his r*pe conviction.

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