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Justin Bieber could face a felon in egg-throwing incident

A general view of the police station where Justin Bieber appeared in connection with an alleged criminal assault on January 29, 2014 in Toronto, Canada.
A general view of the police station where Justin Bieber appeared in connection with an alleged criminal assault on January 29, 2014 in Toronto, Canada.
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Justin Bieber could face a felony for his egg-throwing incident back in January. The Los Angeles County Sherrif’s department is seeking a felony against the 19-year-old, according to a Feb. 7 report from the New York Daily News.

The Canadian pop star is in trouble for throwing more than a dozen raw eggs at a neighbor’s house on Jan. 9. The damage to the mansion is estimated to be around $20,000.

The district attorney will reach a decision in a week, according to a TMZ report.

The LAPD looked into the egg-throwing incident. A dozen sheriff’s deputies raided the Canadian’s party pad on Jan. 14.

The police found a marijuana bong in the kitchen of the mansion. The kitchen has been referred to as the “weed kitchen.”

Bieber’s friend Lil Za was busted on suspicion of drug possession. He was caught with Molly, a combination of Ecstasy and Xanax.

Justin Bieber is currently in trouble with both Miami and Toronto Police. In December, he assaulted a limo driver after leaving a nightclub. He was also arrested for drag racing, driving under the influence and resisting arrest on Miami Beach.