Justin Bieber’s house did not contain drugs or related paraphernalia, a spokesperson with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department reportedly said, refuting a source's comment to TMZ on Monday that the pop star’s house in Calabasas, Calif. was littered with drugs.
“I didn’t see any of it,” Lt. David Thompson with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told the Daily News. “The house was orderly. It didn’t look like a drug pad,” Thompson said about his surprise raid last Tuesday. “I didn’t see any empty codeine bottles. I didn’t smell weed.”
Thompson said that he had personally checked through all the rooms at Bieber’s home, but added: “Maybe there was codeine in the medicine cabinet, but the scope of the search warrant was such that we didn’t go through medicine cabinets or open cookie jars.”
He also added that he wasn’t “covering for the kid” as Bieber “is a huge pain” for his department.
According to E!News, security tapes and the singer’s cell phone have been confiscated as evidence that is being examined by a tech team to confirm if Bieber was involved in the egg-throwing case. And, according to reports, the purpose of the search warrant was “to seek video surveillance or other possible evidence in the vandalism that occurred on January 9, 2014.”
While law enforcement officials were busy going about their jobs, Bieber was reported to be involved in yet another stunt while vacationing with friends in Aspen, Colo.
The singer was spotted peeing in the snow in Snowmass near Aspen. An eyewitness told TMZ that the singer, while passing by a wealthy neighborhood, stopped to relieve himself and make his initials “JB” on the snow with his urine. He reportedly got back to his SUV when he saw the residents looking at him.