Scoop: Justin Bieber allegedly eggs neighbor’s home

Miami-Dade Police Department via Getty ImagesIn this handout photo provided by Miami-Dade Police Department

Miami-Dade Police Department via Getty ImagesIn this handout photo provided by Miami-Dade Police Department

Justin Bieber may finally have gone too far and reportedly could be facing felony charges. No, he’s not unleashing a new record on the world. The pint-sized popster allegedly egged his neighbor’s house in Calabasas (haven’t they been through enough?) and the homeowner told TMZ that he caught J-Bib egg-handed.

“What the hell are you doing?” the neighbor reportedly yelled at Bieber.

Videotape has allegedly captured the incident, complete with cursing back and forth between Bieber and his neighbor. The cops came and filed a report but no arrest has been made.

So how could an egg-throwing incident turn into a felony? According to TMZ, the neighbor claims the damage to his house far exceeds misdemeanor territory.

We shall see.

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