Mexican singer Luis Miguel surrendered to U.S. marshals and was released on bond Tuesday after he was accused of failing to pay over $1 million to his former manager.

LUIS MIGUEL NEWS: SURRENDERS TO U.S. MARSHALS

The Grammy Award winner appeared in federal court in Los Angeles Tuesday. There had been a warrant out for his arrest for failure to appear at court hearings. Miguel, born Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri, was ordered to pay the money to William Brockhaus by a New York judge, and the case was transferred to a federal court California.

Miguel is known as “El Sol de Mexico” and rose to fame with hits such as “La Incondicional” and Spanish cover of the 1978 hit “Blame it on the Boogie.” He has since won 9 Grammy awards. He is also known as the “Latin Frank Sinatra” and has dated both Daisy Fuentes and Mariah Carey in the past.

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