Baby singer Justin Bieber, 20, has landed in Atlanta, Georgia, and the Sandy Springs police department has apparently been hired to protect the Canadian pop star from eggs, aliens and girls. Bieber, who may be on the run from Calabasas police in California for having allegedly vandalized a neighbor’s mansion with eggs, is said to have rented the spaceship-fashioned mansion built by architect Dallas Austin for a few months. Between the two incidents, a number of other charges have been pursued by a number of local, state and federal agencies.
According to the UK-based Daily Mail, Austin is an Atlanta music producer.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey has been approached by the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department to pursue the vandalism charge. According to the L.A. County D.A.’s Web site, no charges have been filed. The allegations stem from an incident regarding a neighbor of Bieber being egged. The neighbor claimed $20,000 in damages as a result of the early January incident.
According to the Web site Aceshowbiz, the jury is out on whether the charge will be a felony or misdemeanor. If it is a misdemeanor, Bieber will not have to be present. If the D.A. charges him with a felony, he will have to return to Los Angeles to appear in court and could face heavier penalties.
In his race to escape L.A. on the way to a spaceship in Atlanta, Bieber may have imagined his baby singer’s face would escaped unnoticed by Florida police.
On January 23, the Canadian ex-pat was arrested in Florida for a number of misdemeanors that included driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and resisting arrest.
Before he was apprehended in Florida, he gave up to authorities in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for having allegedly hit a limousine driver in the back of the head. The incident was said to have occurred during an altercation between the driver and one or more of the passengers.
In the midst of all that at action, he managed to fly to Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey.
According to an exclusive NBC News story, the captain of the plane remarked to Bieber that the Baby singer and his entourage of 10 friends—which included the pop-star’s father—needed to stop smoking pot. The pilot later told Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents that the singer and his father were abusive toward a flight attendant. According to the NBC story, there were a number of warnings made to him about the abuse during the flight.
According to the pilot’s account, the marijuana smoke was thick enough to prompt he and the crew to wear oxygen masks while the allegedly abused attendant sought refuge in the pilot’s cabin.
When the plane landed, FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents boarded the grounded craft. According to police, no illegal substances were found.
A report by NBC Sports, however, implied that the drugs sought by federal agents had been consumed and that agents investigating the aircraft detected the odor of marijuana.
It is unknown what may be hidden within the Baby singer’s apparent spaceship in Atlanta or if police are protecting or watching what Bieber is up to next.
By Randall Fleming
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