For a while now, Justin Bieber has been in the midst of one scandal after another, and the latest egg-throwing allegations could jeopardize his career if proven true.
Canadian pop sensation Bieber, who is currently in the US on a work visa, could be sent back home if convicted of throwing eggs at a neighbor's house, Radar Online reported.
A police official told the website: "If Justin is charged with felony vandalism and convicted, it's very likely his work visa, allowing him to live in the United States, would be revoked. It could be categorized as a crime of moral turpitude under United States immigration law."
As previously reported, Bieber's Calabasas, Calif., home was raided by police officials on Tuesday after a neighbour complained that the 19-year-old pelted eggs on his property, causing damages worth approximately $20,000.
Following the raid, police officials arrested Bieber's close pal Lil Za for felony and drug possession. This incident, according to Mail Online, has led to Bieber's friends and family urging him to enter rehab, where they want him to be treated for behavioural issues and problems related to recreational drug use.
"People around Justin want the best for him and hope that at some point he'll recognize the need for some help," a source told the website.
In the meantime, Za, who is out on bail, took to Twitter to blast the media for portraying him in bad light. Za also played the race card saying he was arrested because he was the only African American present.
"Honestly, the media is making me someone I'm not. But only those in my shoes can relate. These ppl get paid to make you look bad," he tweeted on Thursday.
"Some stuff I've done has been wrong yes. but look at the position I'm in and the color of my skin. Cocaine? Really?"