Prosecutors to Consider Vandalism Charges Against Justin Bieber

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Detectives turned over their findings Thursday to the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office in their investigation into the alleged vandalism of a neighbor’s house by pop star Justin Bieber.


Nineteen-year-old pop star Justin Bieber, seen here in a music video.

The D.A’s office was expected to review the evidence and determine whether to charge Bieber with a felony or misdemeanor, or to reject the case altogether.

Bieber’s neighbor accused the 19-year-old of throwing eggs at his home in Calabasas last month.

A call came into the Lost Hills Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department about 7:40 p.m. on Jan. 9 during which a homeowner said Bieber was flinging eggs at his house on Prado Del Grandioso (map), Lt. Jennifer Barsh said.

Bieber was not on scene when deputies responded and took a misdemeanor vandalism report, Barsh said.

A short, expletive-filled video posted on purports to show the neighbor yelling at someone outside the home.

The person outside responds, “I got another one for you, actually,” and then the man with the camera instructs someone else to call police.