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Justin Bieber’s house searched over felony egging incident at neighbor’s

L.A. sheriffs raided Justin Bieber's house this morning in connection to egging a neighbor.
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Justin Bieber’s house was searched in connection to an incident in which his neighbor’s house was egged, which is perhaps another in a series of clashes as Bieber feuds with his neighbors, Fox News reported on Jan. 14.

Justin Bieber’s house was searched early Tuesday morning by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies, who served a felony search warrant in the house-egging case. Eight people were temporarily detained inside Justin Bieber’s house during the search — generally a standard practice during searches, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Bieber was to be questioned in connection with the egg-throwing investigation, and a news conference was expected to be held later today.

Justin Bieber’s neighbors have complained multiple times about the Canadian pop singer throwing loud, raucous parties that disturbs the exclusive neighborhood.

Last week, one of his neighbors, with whom Justin Bieber has clashed several times, reported to police that their house had been egged. The incident was elevated to felony status because the egging caused thousands of dollars in damage. CNN reported that the damage amounted to some $20,000.

Video footage and photos have been submitted as evidence in the Justin Bieber egging incident, the Time said.

So far, there is no mention of Justin Bieber’s house being searched on either his official music page or Bieber’s Twitter account.

TMZ reported that a friend of Justin Bieber’s, rapper Lil Za, was coincidentally arrested during the raid on Bieber’s house for felony possession of drugs.

It said that 11 L.A. County sheriff’s patrol cars descended on Justin Bieber’s house for the search this morning. TMZ reported that sheriffs could seek anything from eggs to video surveillance footage during the raid on Bieber’s house.

According to CNN, Justin Bieber, 19, lives in a $6.5 million mansion in the Oaks, an exclusive gated community he moved into two years ago.

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