Unlike earlier reports stated, Justin Bieber's home was not scattered with drugs while detectives searched the property, Lt. David Thompson stated, “The house was orderly. It didn't look like a drug pad.”
Earlier reports surfaced online that claimed LA detectives, while raiding Justin Bieber's home in connection with an egg-throwing incident, could see large quantities of weed and other substances spread around the singer's home.
Bieber's house was not full of drugs and other substances
TMZ reported, law enforcers, who entered Bieber's property, did not arrest or charge the singer for drug possession because their visit's purpose was to only obtain video footage or equipment connected to surveillance cameras.
This will provide evidence of what actually occurred when the 19 year-old reportedly caused damage to the neighbors property by throwing eggs.
New reports now state that no drugs or drug paraphernalia was found at Bieber's home.
Lt. David Thompson of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has cleared up the speculation surrounding this case.
He told the NY Daily News, "I didn't see any of it [drugs]," adding, "The house was orderly. It didn't look like a drug pad. I didn't see any empty codeine bottles. I didn't smell weed."
TMZ claimed "cookie jars" were filled to the brim with weed and were in open view of the law enforcers. The gossip site also reported that there were four to five empty bottles of codeine, along with empty Fanta bottles, which are mixed to create the drug beverage 'sizzup', or as it is known to most users, 'Lean'.
"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," Thompson said on Monday (Jan 20th) to the paper.
"Nobody had time to flush anything," he added. "It was orderly. Nobody ran. Nobody took an excessive amount of time to contact us."
The 19 year-old is still under investigation for the egg-throwing incident
These accusations come after Bieber is apparently being urged to enter rehab by people close to him after several incidents of reckless behaviour.
The 'Never Say Never' singer is allegedly developing an addiction to codeine, with his favourite being 'Actavis Prometh', a prescription-strength cough syrup that contains codeine, and costs around $800 for a full pint.
So far, Bieber has ignored their advice.