Justin Bieber's House Searched In Connection To Egging Incident
Justin Bieber’s house was searched on Tuesday when officials form the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arrived at his Calabasas, Calif., home with a felony search warrant.
Police Search Justin Bieber's House
Last week, a neighbor of Bieber’s accused him of egging his house. The neighbor provided a video of the alleged incident, in which a voice thought to belong to Bieber is heard yelling, “F—k you, I got another one for you, actually!” The neighbor claimed that the attack occurred at 7:30 p.m. local time, startling him and his daughter, and causing considerable damage to his house, reported TMZ.
Although it was confirmed that the search warrant was for the egging attack, it was not revealed how many units were dispatched to Bieber’s residence during the press conference held by L.A. County Sherriff’s spokesperson Steve Whitmore. It is also unknown what exactly law enforcement officials were looking to uncover in Bieber’s home.
As of yet, Bieber has not given an interview to police in regard to the egg-throwing incident. If the search uncovers evidence that incriminates the 19-year-old singer, the case could move up the latter to the district attorney for prosecution, LA County Sheriff’s Sgt. Don Price told CNN.
Bieber Could Face Felony Charge
If Bieber is behind the egging, he should be hoping that the damage caused to his neighbor’s house adds up to less than $950. Damages exceeding $950 will result in a felony vandalism charge.
This is far from Bieber’s first alleged run-in with unhappy neighbors in his gated community. Retired NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson spoke to Bieber last May about speeding through the neighborhood. A couple months earlier, a neighbor had accused the pop star of making threatening remarks and spitting on him.
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