Justin Bieber Could Face Felony Charge in Alleged House Egging
According to TMZ, deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department who are investigating the incident believe that the damage estimates will be in the thousands of dollars.
Under California law, vandalism that causes more than $400 in destruction becomes a felony charge.
That said, Bieber has NOT been charged with any crime yet.
It’s expected that the District Attorney will get the case in the coming week and make a determination about how to proceed.
Bieber has not commented on the situation.