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Justin Bieber is one step closer to scoring a hefty felony charge in his egging case. That's right, Perezcious readers, our lil' Biebsy boy has another sRead more…

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5 comments to “Justin Bieber's Egging Extravaganza Gets Another Vote For FELONY Charge By L.A. Sheriff's Department Head!”

  1. CYA says – reply to this


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    I BE GOING BACK TO CANADA IF I WAS HIM

  2. Madisong says – reply to this


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    I hope he rots in jail so we don't have to hear of him for months just like Chris Brown is doing right now

  3. lyndon says – reply to this


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    geez no one cares what the sheriff says tired of all them expressing their dislike of Justin.thats all it is.if these are the only pics of a dozen eggs on a house unless it was made gold that melts with eggs so not 20 grand of damage.let me clean it geez.dont care how fancy it looks.he was a total shit to do it but really shut up with your talk.i'm sure he wont be doing it again any time soon..let it go.if he really is this awful felon enemy of the u.s. he will do something else a little more worthy of hundreds of thousands court cost paid by us.let it go until that time then say something worthy of your time..

  4. Behaviour says – reply to this


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    He has to realize his mistakes in the past, are now going to haunt him. 3 months of good behaviour, does not make up all the mistakes he's made. It doesn't work like that Bieber. 5 minutes to ruin your reputation 5 years to build it back, and regain the trust of the public. Keep working at it, but don't expect people to change their opinion of you overnight. For many it may take years, because of your consistently bad behaviour.

  5. Yeefi says – reply to this


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    Lyndon; Vandalism is always a crime. For a celebrity to do that… they should know there is a penalty for that. No matter who you are. 20,000 is just chump change for a kid like him, but a decent amount for both house damage, emotional damage, and the crime.

    Honestly should have been more than that considering the person.