Attorneys for pop star Justin Bieber are working on a plea deal with Los Angeles prosecutors in the alleged egg attack on Bieber's former neighbor.
The case could be prosecuted as a felony, but Bieber's attorneys are hoping for a misdemeanor charge. The singer allegedly egged his neighbor's home in Calabasas, California in January, causing an estimated $20,000 in damages.
Since the alleged incident Bieber has moved out of the residence. Khloe Kardasian bought it in March.
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