Skip to comments.Law enforcement 'deny there were any drugs' at Justin Bieber's mansion ....
Posted on 01/21/2014 4:51:50 AM PST by Uncle Chip
amid claims star's house was 'littered with narcotics'
A spokesperson with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is denying that any drugs were found during a raid on Justin Bieber's home in Calabasas last week.
The source also claimed there was no smoking room, contrary to previous reports.
The statement to TMZ comes amid claims the pop star's property was littered with drugs and drug paraphernalia during a recent police raid on his Calabasas, California property.
Sources close to the investigation told the website that when Los Angeles County Sheriff's searched 'there were two large cookie jars filled with weed in plain view... three bongs... 'swisher sweets' cigars'.
During the initial search when his friend Lil Za was arrested, the 19-year-old singer was 'detained in his garage' while officers searched for a video that might shed some light on the earlier incident, according to TMZ.
But he has not been charged in connection with the raid on his house.....
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
So who’s cleaning up Beiber’s messes....??
That amidst the denied text exchange that is unbelievable:
MONEY TALKS, TRUTH GETS WHITEWASHED.
How is that they’re talking about “Swisher Sweets” in the same sentence as “cookie jars filled with weed”? Any loose packs of matches there that should also make us gasp in horror?
Selena is moving on. Now she’s with William H Macy /joking
Deport him now.
Isn’t amazing what a fair amount of money to the right political campaign funds will buy these days?
Whew...looks like Justin’s checks finally cleared.
Selena Gomez is such a cutie she can find someone way better than the Canadian Trayvon Wannabe
Dude has bought of some LA LEOs.
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