If convicted for egging in his luxurious Calabasas, Calif. neighborhood, pop star Justin Bieber could face deportation.
The Los Angeles County Sherriffâ€™s Department raided Bieberâ€™s home Tuesday in search of surveillance footage that would serve as evidence of his participation.
After the search, one member of Bieberâ€™s entourage was arrested on suspicion of cocaine possession.
The arrested man was later identified as Lil Za, or Xavier Smith, with bail set at $70,000.
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"California does not take vandalism lightly,â€ť L.A. based lawyer Anahita Sedaghatfar. â€śIf the damage is $400 or more, the person can be charged with a felony and the person can face anywhere between one to three years in jail.â€ť
If convicted, and because Bieber is not a U.S. citizen, he could be deported to Canada in a worst-case scenario.
However, it seems the teen heart throb wouldnâ€™t take the news too harshly.
â€śYou guys are evil,â€ť Bieber said in a Rolling Stones interview in 2011. â€śCanadaâ€™s the best country in the world. We go to the doctor and we donâ€™t need to worry about paying him, but here, your whole life, youâ€™re broke because of medical bills.â€ť