Justin Bieber may face felony charges for egg-tossing incident


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The teen pop star reportedly threw eggs at his neighbors house, the latest in a string of unlawful acts

FELONY? Justin Bieber may be facing consequences this time

MANILA, Philippines – International pop star Justin Bieber may face felony charges for throwing eggs at a neighbor’s house on Thursday, January 9, reported TMZ.

The popstar reportedly caused over $400 worth of damage to his neighor’s property, the minimum sum for an act to be considered a felony under California law.

The attack, caught on video, triggered a heated exchange of curse words between the neighbor and Bieber. Detectives expect final assessment of the damage on Monday, January 13.

This is not the first time that the young singer was in conflict with a neighbor. In March, Bieber allegedly spat on a neighbor’s face and threatened to kill him. The pop star denied this.

Troubled teen?

The egg tossing incident follows a string of mishaps involving the 19-year-old singer, but, luckily, Bieber has faced no serious consequences for his acts.

In November, he was in hot water for vandalizing hotel walls in Brazil and Australia. The pop star was asked to clean up his mess and pay a fine.

Around the same time, the singer was photographed under a white blanket, sneaking out of the Copacabana Palace hotel in Rio. He then reportedly went on a rampage in his suit after failing to bring prostitutes in. Bieber and his entourage were kicked out of the hotel.

Aside from defacing private property, the pop star also reportedly demoralized public figures such as Bill Clinton, whose photo he cursed and sprayed with cleaning liquid, after peeing into a mop bucket at the back of a restaurant in New York.

Bieber also caused public outrage after writing message in the Anne Frank museum’s guestbook in Amsterdam. The message, dubbed as insensitive and disrespectful by many, said the World War II icon would have been a “Belieber,” or a fan of the pop star. 

The teen singer also got in trouble for driving without license, overspeeding, and having violent row with the paparazzi. 

On a lighter note, despite the trouble his penchant for vandalism has caused, Bieber managed to put his wall tagging skills to good use. He created graffiti for victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in the Philippines, which he visited early December.

While fans remained unfazed by his recent demeanor, many were shaken by his announcement of retirement during the holidays. Much to their relief, the retirement tweet was another one of Bieber’s pranks. – Rappler.com


Justn Bieber photo from Shutterstock

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