Justin Bieber is making headlines today, but not because he snapped another suggestive Instagram with ex Selena Gomez. This time, the 19-year-old singer is at the center of an egg-vandalism scandal that could lead to felony charges against him.
The Biebz reportedly cost his neighbor $20,000 in damages last week, when he allegedly egged the hell out of his home’s pricey Venetian plaster. I don’t really know what Venetian plaster is, but apparently it’s vegan (eggs are its worst enemy).
Apparently egging — or any form of vandalism that does more than $400 in damage — is a felony.
Detectives have been searching J.B.’s Calabasas, CA, home for “evidence” of the crime all day, which is just as confusing as someone being charged with a felony for egging someone else’s home. What are they looking for? Are they digging through the trash in search of empty egg cartons, sans eggs?
We’re not sure. We don’t care. But we do care about those poor eggs, which Bieber could have put to much better use:
+ He Could Have Donated Them to an L.A. Soup Kitchen
The Biebz would be doing a lot better in the PR department if he’d chosen to feed the hungry rather than feed … a neighbor’s front door. If you have extra non-perishable food in your cabinets, donate it to a local soup kitchen rather than throwing it at inanimate objects.
+ He Could Have Held a Charity Easter Egg Hunt
(Non-existent) Studies show that 99 percent of people who love Justin Bieber also love cute and cuddly animals. Although he can’t use real eggs in an Easter egg hunt, why not host a hunt for Beliebers from which proceeds would go toward a charity that helps rabbits. Rabbits are surprisingly in need of major help, just like Justin Bieber’s yolk-tainted image.
+ He Could Have Made a Belieber Breakfast in Bed
Justin’s all about harnessing the power of his fan base to do good, and imagine the mountains of good he could do with all the money raised from a drawing to serve one, lucky fan breakfast in bed. Those delicious meals could have made one fan and countless people in need verrrry happy.
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