And now we've come full circle.
Before there was the plane searched for pot in New Jersey, before there was the turning-himself-in on assault charges in Toronto, before there was the arrest for DUI, drag-racing, resisting arrest without violence and driving with an expired license — there were some eggs.
Specifically, eggs allegedly thrown by 19-year-old pop-star-gone-bad-boy Justin Bieber at his neighbor's house in Los Angeles in early January. He's been under investigation for the incident, which resulted in thousands of dollars of damage.
What might seem a scrambled memory to Bieber by now, the egg incident hasn't yet gone away. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators are seeking a possible felony vandalism case, according to the Associated Press, and they have given evidence to prosecutors against the Biebs.
Though no marijuana was found — and no arrests were made — when Bieber's plane was searched at New Jersey's Teterboro airport before Super Bowl Sunday, his other two high-profile cases have resulted in misdemeanor charges. If he's charged by Los Angeles' district attorney's office, which said Thursday it had received the case, the AP reports, it would be his most serious crime to date.
If that's the case, Bieber will need to keep his court appearances organized — his trial date for the Miami case is set for March 3.