Best Thing You’ll Read Today: Justin Bieber’s House Raided Over Felony Egg-Throwing Incident

. . .Eleven L.A. County Sheriff’s patrol cars descended on Bieber’s house this morning to execute a search warrant in connection with Bieber’s egg-throwing incident last week outside his neighbor’s home … law enforcement sources tell TMZ.

Sources tell us … deputies are looking for any evidence that links Bieber to the egg assault.

We’re told this is a FELONY search warrant — meaning Justin is under a microscope for a crime that could land him in prison.

A Sheriff’s official told us they were NOT looking for eggs in Justin’s house, but another law enforcement source said cops were searching for anything that was relevant to the egg incident, including eggs and possibly video. 

Sheriff’s deputies have looked at TMZ’s video of the incident and believe Justin has surveillance video that might have captured the egging. We’re told deputies dismantled Justin’s security system and took it during the search. . .

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