Scoop: Justin Bieber’s pal arrested on cocaine charges

Bryan Steffy/WireImageRecording artist Lil Za attends the Billboard Music Awards.

Bryan Steffy/WireImageRecording artist Lil Za attends the Billboard Music Awards.

Cocaine is the latest item on Justin Bieber’s list of troubles.

Bieber’s rapper pal Lil Za was arrested on suspicion of cocaine possession at the singer’s Calabasas home during an early-morning raid Tuesday stemming from an egg attack on his neighbor’s house.

According to TMZ, a representative for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the arrest for felony drug possession and said cocaine was “in plain view.”

The 19-year-old pop star was there during the action and cooperated with authorities, but, wisely, would not talk to detectives without his attorney present.cocaine arrestFeaturesGossipJustin BieberLil Za

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