Skip to comments.Justin Bieber mansion like a 'frat house': cop
Posted on 01/25/2014 1:17:57 PM PST by rickmichaels
A police officer who led a raid on Justin Bieber's California home has compared the star's living quarters to a student-style fraternity house.
Cops descended on Bieber's mansion in Calabasas, California earlier this month to raid the property for evidence relating to the singer's alleged egg attack on a neighbour's home.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lieutenant David Thompson, who helped co-ordinate the raid, has now detailed the scene the cops found when they entered the property.
Thompson tells CNN the luxury multi-million dollar mansion is more like a university fraternity house, decked out with ping pong and pool tables, video games and a basketball free-throw machine.
He says, "The house does operate much like a fraternity house and much of the same stuff that's done there is going to be done across the country. But the house next door is usually another fraternity house. It's not usually a mansion that can sustain this damage."
Thompson adds that Bieber received "quite a wake-up call" when he found swarms of police officers on his doorstep, adding, "And he needs a wake-up call... This is a person who's been wreaking havoc on the neighborhood, who's been operating, basically, with impunity... People move to that neighborhood - which is a gated community - for the peace, quiet, and tranquillity that it provides. So, Mr. Bieber's past actions of loud parties, driving too fast, large numbers of people there, egging and what not are way out of character for anyone that lives in that neighborhood."
The police raid occurred just days before Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach, Florida on suspicion of driving under the influence, resisting without violence and driving without a valid licence. The pop star was detained after cops allegedly caught him taking part in a drag race on a residential street in a luxury sports car.
Can you imagine what those CSI body fluid detectors would be off the charts in that place
Well then he needs to be put on “Double Secret Probation.”
Just like his dad probably
Hey, leave us out of this.
IOW’s, he’s got stuff in his house like any other 19 year old guy would love to have.
What a shocker
Too much $$$ = immaturity = disaster. No fan BTW.
Hmmm.... a devastingly-attractive 20 year old with endless money is living like he’s in a “frat house”?
What do you know about that!
Should have been Too much $$$ PLUS immaturity = disaster. No fan BTW.
You have got to be kidding about the attractive part. Well, okay, maybe if he was a girl he’d be cute.
I don’t care how he lives, I care how he behaves in public and if he’s breaking the law.
So the Beeb is an immature little brat. Big deal. He’s not the first juvenile with no common sense and a pile of cash to waste, and he won’t be the last.
Hopefully won’t wind up killing or maiming someone like Leif Garrett did.
Exactly. What's the big deal here. He's the same age as most college freshmen. Of course he's going to have a bunch of fun stuff in his house. I would do the same...in fact, that's what I wanted when I was 19. Bieber's got some issues, but this isn't one of them.
Duh. 19 year old millionaire.
His dad helped him block off the street so they could have the drag race. Apparently the father is about the same age of maturity as his son. Parents are divorced so I suppose dad wants to be the “cool” parent. It doesn’t sound like his mother has much influence over him right now.
The dad thinks that the media is picking on his boy. While this may not be unusual behavior for a teen out of control in cases like Beiber there is no one to put the brakes on him nor does there seem to be many consequences for his behavior and his neighbors shouldn’t have to put up with it.
People have been deported for less.
Evidence related to egg attack.
Did they seek to find chickens?
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