Case Caught: Justin Bieber to Be Charged With Vandalism for January Egging

Teen-sensation-turned-bad-boy Justin Bieber has been in so much hot water this year that the egging incident from January seems pale in comparison, but he has officially been charged with one count of misdemeanor vandalism for that infraction, which allegedly left his ex neighbor's with damages up to $20,000. However, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, Bieber will not be present for his arraignment.

On Jan. 14, it made headlines when a group of armed officers descended on Bieber’s property with weapons drawn and a battering ram in tow to plow down his door. The authorities searched Bieber’s home for surveillance footage and found Ectasy, which allegedly belonged to Bieber’s friend rapper Lil Za who was charged with felony possession and faces nine years in prison.