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Egged On: Justin Bieber's House Raided, Friend Arrested, Friend Released

Things get sticky for the man in harem pants.

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As much as I despise writing about Justin Bieber because his antics mirror those of either a prepubescent middle schooler or a whiny geriatric, there is something fascinating about the little dude. He can't seem to stop wearing harem pantshe pees in restaurant buckets, and his Instagram-friendly, off-and-on relationship with Selena Gomez is dramatic

Adding to the list of Bieber's finest moments is the recent vandalism-leading-to-arrest feud with his neighbor. After Bieber allegedly egged his neighbor's house causing over $20,000 dollars in damages. According to the New York Daily News, the police raided Bieber's apartment in search of evidence, but instead found what was initially believed to be cocaine on his roommate, Lil Za. 

But it wasn't cocaine, it was Ecstasy and Xanax (prescription?). Justin's sidekick was bailed out on $50,000 dollars while the man-child singer (Bieber!) is still under investigation for the egging incident. #bieberprobz

 

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