Bieber's fear police will find naked photos following phone seizure
Published 16/01/2014 | 11:29
Justin Bieber is allegedly worried police could find naked photos on his cell phone.
The 19-year-old singer's Calabasas, California, home was raided earlier this week in connection to allegations Justin caused $20,000 of damage to his neighbour’s home by throwing 20 eggs at it. Cops were looking for evidence Justin was involved in the supposed incident and if it's found he could face a felony vandalism charge.
Police apparently seized the Canadian heartthrob's phone, which is now causing him a lot of anxiety.
"We're told he's...concerned that there are naked photos in his phone, although we don't know if they're action shots, selfies, etc.," reports TMZ.
While at Justin's property police found drugs and his friend Lil Za was arrested. Initially it was thought the substance was cocaine, but other reports suggest it was Ecstasy and prescription drug Xanax.
Police were quick to reassure that the substance was nothing at all to do with Justin.
He has been accused of smoking marijuana in the past and TMZ alleges there may be text messages discussing drugs on his cell phone. It is unclear whether these supposed texts were sent or received by Justin, as details remain hazy. Either way as there will be no physical evidence it is unlikely there would be any repercussions for the young singer.
The phone was taken by law enforcement officials as they reportedly want to see if there is anything on it relating to the alleged egging incident.
"Cops want to see if he texted someone after the fact and bragged about the egging. One law enforcement source called it a 'text high 5'," reports TMZ.
On Tuesday morning detectives in a reported 11 patrol cars arrived at the star's home with a search warrant.
"I can confirm we have served a search warrant at Justin Bieber's residence as part of a felony vandalism investigation," Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore told the New York Daily News.
"He is there, and we are right now in the process of serving the warrant. We're looking for anything we might need to move this investigation forward."
The amount of damage caused to Justin's neighbour’s property in the alleged incident is so high as doors need restaining and plaster was also damaged.