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Justin Bieber's house searched in vandalism investigation

It's well known that our mega popstar has a penchant for causing trouble, but this may be the first time he'll get in trouble for it. Justin Bieber was detained while law enforcement searched his Calabasas home after a neighbor accused him of bombarding his home with eggs. The damage comes out to an estimated $20,000, meaning any related vandalism charge would be a felony.
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