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Justin Bieber has egg on his face

Justin Bieber has egg on his face

BAD BOY BIEBER: The pop star allegedly egged his neighbor's house, causing damage and prompting police to search his L.A. mansion. Photo: Associated Press

Justin Bieber is expected to be charged with vandalism in connection with allegedly egging his neighbor’s house earlier this year, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage.

TMZ is reporting that the Canadian-born pop star, 20, will be charged today, although it is unknown whether the Biebs will face a felony.

As part of the case, Bieber’s L.A. mansion was raided by police and his friend, rapper Lil Za, was charged with drug possession.

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The charges come on the heels of the announcement that Bieber will likely escape charges in connection with his Florida DUI and drag racing case.

Earlier this month, the “Baby” hitmaker came under fire after two videos surfaced online showing a younger Justin making racist comments. The pop star responded to the controversy by apologizing and getting baptized in a bathtub.

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