Justin Bieber's Home Searched Over Vandalism Suspicions
January 14, 2014 at 3:27 PM (PT)
L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF's deputies used a warrant to search the home of JUSTIN BIEBER, looking for security camera videos that could prove that the singer threw eggs at a neighbor's home, CNN reports. In the process of that search, police arrested one of BIEBER's house guests for possession of cocaine. The drug suspect's identity was not released because he gave police a fictitious name.
The neighbor in question alleged that on JAN. 9th, his house was egged, causing about $20,000 in damages. Since any damage over $950 would be considered a felony, the police were able to get the search warrant. If investigators find enough evidence that the 19-year-old singer "threw the eggs that splattered against his next-door neighbor's home, they could refer the matter to the district attorney's office for possible prosecution."
BEIBER, who lives in an exclusive residential neighborhood in CALABASAS populated by numerous celebrities, has been the source of other complaints in the past year. Residents of the area have complained about him speeding down the streets; BEIBER refused to talk to deputies about it. Retired NFL star KEYSHAWN JOHNSON went to BIEBER's home then to talk to him about such speeding, but BIEBER wouldn't speak to him, either.