Justin Bieber to be charged with vandalism in egging case
Months after he moved from his home in Calabasas, California, Justin Bieber's feud with his neighbor is still haunting him. Prosecutors are now saying they plan to charge the Biebs with misdemeanor vandalism after his neighbor's home was egged.
After the egging occurred, investigators searched the Bieber estate because of the serious damage that was caused, and said they found drugs "in plain view."
Bieber was charged with a misdemeanor in the case, but investigators had recommended a felony because the damage caused had cost more than $20,000. According to BBC News, Bieber has a hearing on the charge on Wednesday, July 9, but he will not be there in person. Because it is a misdemeanor case, he is not required to appear, but his lawyer will be there representing him. That lawyer previously called the egging incident "a silly prank," according to CNN.
Bieber's stroke of luck appears to be continuing — felony charges in another case were also recently dropped.
The egging incident was not the first time Bieber's neighbor complained about his behavior. Last year, he called police alleging that the Biebs was driving recklessly through the neighborhood.
Bieber has since moved on from the home, which was recently purchased by Khloé Kardashian.
He is also facing possible charges in both Miami and Toronto. He was arrested in January for alleged drunk driving and driving without valid license. That trial is set for July. The Toronto case involves allegations that he assaulted a limo driver in December.