Transcript for Will Justin Bieber Go to Jail for 'Egging' Incident?
Now new trouble for justin bieber. Police swarming all over his mansion looking for evidence he egged his neighbor's house. They left with bieber's best friend arrested on drug charges. David wright has all the details. Reporter: A ritzy hilltop neighborhood in southern california transformed thursday into whatting looked like an episode of "cops." Officers raiding justin bieber's home. Searching for evidence after this. . I see you. . I see you. Reporter: Tmz posted this video friday reportedly taken by one of bieber's neighbors. That led police to investigate whether the young pop star pelted his neighbor's mansion with eggs. Hey you. I got another one for you. Reporter: The neighbor claims the incident caused up to $20,000 in damage. If charges are filed police say it would be a felony. Armed with a warrant, police searched bieber's home where security camera footage and eggs. Police say they found the footage but also something else, drugs. I believe it's san thanks and ecstasy but we will wait for the actual results before we can confirm that. Reporter: That led to an arrest of a member of his entourage on felony narcotics charges and later charged with felony vandalism for allegedly pulling a phone off the jailhouse wall. Authorities say bieber cooperated during the search but has yet to answer any questions. Mr. Bieber was not arrested. At this time he's also not exonerated. He may ultimately face jail time, justin bieber needs to realize that there are consequences for his actions. ♪ ♪ baby baby baby oh ♪ Reporter: Last fall he got into an altercation with the same neighbor. He said bieber spalt in his face. Bieber denied that. Justin! Reporter: For "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles. Let's bring in our chief legal anchor dan abrams. Could bieber really go to jail for egging his neighbor's house. In theory based on the amount of damage done here but let's be honest if this wasn't justin bieber you wouldn't have a dozen investigators goo in to investigate an egging incident. I mean, they're going in to look for surveillance video and possible eggs. What are they going to come out with 26 brown grade a and 12 white organic eggs as evidence against jud. Not to say it doesn't matter. When you're talking about using the criminal law here with a dozen investigators, it doesn't seem to be the best use of the police force. So are they trying to send a message to the community that they're taking it seriously or to him? Both. I think they want to tell the community there's no celebrity justice but in this case the celebrity justice is he's getting a harsher investigation than if he wasn't justin bieber but I also think some of his bad behavior with his neighbors is relevant here. I think there's been allegation after allegation and I think the authorities are basically saying we're taking this really seriously. We're going to investigate. The neighbors obviously very upset but typically what would happen a police officer shows up, one, takes a report, a civil lawsuit is filed. A deal is cut. Payback is made, et cetera. The idea we're talking about a felony over egging someone's house with a dozen investigators and surveillance tape and confiscating potentially eggs as evidence, it all just seeps a little overwrought to me. Tell us what you really think. Thanks very much.
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