Justin Bieber’s Home
Raided: Check Out What
Was Allegedly Found
Last Thursday, Justin Bieber’s home in California was raided after police obtained a search warrant to look for evidence that proved JB was involved in the egging of a neighbor’s home, but according to a new report, the police may have found more than they bargained for!
During the search—which resulted in the arrest of the Biebs’ pal Lil Za, who was busted for cocaine possession—Justin’s Calabasas home was allegedly covered in not only drugs, but also drug paraphernalia.
According to the claims, four to five empty bottles of codeine were left out, as well as cups that were supposedly used to make Sizzurp—also known as lean and purple drank.
Sizzurp is a recreational drug concocted with prescription-strength cough syrup with codeine and promethazine and soda—Fanta bottles were reportedly found on the scene as well.
Additionally, two large cookie jars filled with marijuana were left in plain site, as well as three bongs and “swisher sweets” cigars, which is allegedly the 19-year-old’s preferred way of smoking marijuana.
TMZ added that Justin has a dedicated “smoking room,” where his friends supposedly flushed some of the illegal substances down the toilet when the officers arrived.
Despite all this seemingly incriminating property at his home, the cops were unable to seize anything—because it wasn’t within in the scope of the search warrant.
According to the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station, the purpose of the search warrant was “to seek video surveillance or other possible evidence in the vandalism that occurred on Jan. 9, 2014.”