Justin Bieber is worried about what cops are going to find on his cell phone, but sources say his issues involve nakedness and drugs -- not so much eggs. Law enforcement sources says when they searched Justin's house Tuesday, they seized his cell phone -- took it right out of his hands. Cops are interested in texts that could incriminate him. They want to see if he texted someone after the fact and bragged about the egging. But source says Justin's concerned more about drug discussions and references. Even if cops find drug references, Justin's in the clear given there's no physical evidence -- nonetheless J.B. is afraid it will leak out.
Reports surfaced after Justin Bieber's house was raided on Tuesday (January 14th) that he may be in jeopardy of being deported back to Canada. However, TMZ has reported that even if the singer is convicted of vandalism for his egg throwing incident, he won't be deported. According to the site, in order to be deported for a crime, the offender must commit an "aggravated" offense.
Some offenses that may lead to deportation include: possession of explosive materials or firearms, possession of child porn, illicit drug trafficking, alien smuggling, threats against the President, sabotage or treason.