Justin Bieber's $6.5M home is searched for evidence in possible felony egg-throwing case


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The $6.5 million home of teen pop singer Justin Bieber was searched Tuesday by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies investigating an incident last week in which he is accused of damaging a neighbor’s home in Calabasas, Calif., by throwing eggs at it.

Executing a search warrant today, the officers are seeking surveillance footage and any other evidence that may support a possible felony vandalism case against the 19-year-old over the Jan. 9 egging incident, according to KABC and NBC News. His neighbor says the eggs did $20,000 worth of damage.

Bieber declined to comment when contacted by CNN and at last report had not spoken with investigating officers.

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