Bieber’s eggs could get him scrambled

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Copy of Copy of APTOPIX Australia Justin Bieber AP Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber performs on stage during the first Australian stop of his Believe tour at the Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, on November 27, 2013. Photo: Tertius Pickard

Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators have presented evidence to prosecutors for a possible felony vandalism case against Justin Bieber.

The pop star has been under investigation since eggs were thrown at his neighbour's home last month, resulting in thousands of dollars in damage.

Detectives searched Bieber's home looking for surveillance footage or other evidence on January 14.

The district attorney's office said on Thursday that it has received the case.

If prosecutors decide to move forward, it could result in Bieber's most serious criminal charges yet.

The 19-year-old has been charged with misdemeanor offences in Miami and Toronto in recent weeks. But prosecutors in California have rejected three previous cases against Bieber that accused him of reckless driving, attacking a paparazzo and spitting on a neighbour. - Sapa-AP

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