Justin Bieber's Calabasas mansion was reportedly full of drugs when cops descended on it last week in a raid to find evidence surrounding Justin's possible involvement in egging his neighbor's house. Bieber's house was said to be full of jars of marijuana, empty codeine bottles and Styrofoam cups thought to be used to consume Sizzurp, sources tell TMZ on Jan. 20.
When L.A. County Sheriff's deputies searched 19-year-old Justin's mansion, there were 2 large cookie jars filled with weed in plain view. And there were also 4 or 5 empty codeine bottles in the home.
Three bongs were found, one in the TV room and two in the kitchen. More alarming though were the Styrofoam cups scattered throughout the house, with elaborate drawings on them.
The cups are supposedly used for ingesting Sizzurp, also called "lean" by the Biebs and his pals, which is Justin's drug of choice. Apparently he likes to draw on the cups with markers after using them.
The Daily News reports Fanta brand soda were found and the bottles appeared to be discolored by the codeine, a sign they were used to mix the narcotic Sizzurp drink.
"It’s pretty widely known the kid smokes weed," said Lt. David Thompson, lead detective on the case. But he added that this raid wasn't a drug sting, but rather about the egging.
"Multiple credible, connected sources" claim Justin has been abusing Sizzurp regularly. It's typically made by mixing codeine and promethazine with Sprite and a Jolly Rancher.
It's a very dangerous narcotic since it can trigger seizures or even worse. And that's not all, Bieber is also said to be taking lots of prescription pills, including Xanax, in addition to heavy drinking and pot smoking.
One source pointed out that Justin has never used cocaine. While that's a good thing, does it really matter if he is in fact abusing these other dangerous drugs and alcohol?
A number of people close to the Canadian singer are very worried, and have urged him to get help by checking into rehab.