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Cops Say Drugs Found At Justin Bieber's House In Raid Now Believed To Be Ecstasy (Molly) And Xanax, Not Cocaine

Justin Bieber_s friend_ Lil Za_ has just been arrested for alleged cocaine possession at the singer_s home during an early morning raid stemming from an egg attack on his neighbor_s home

While it was first announced by police that Justin Bieber‘s pal Lil Za was arrested for possession of cocaine after the raid at the Canadian pop star’s house, the LA County Sheriff’s Department now says they believe the drug to be a form of ecstasy, RadarOnline.com is reporting.

And not just ecstasy — in its pure form, which goes by the street name Molly — but also Xanax.

The Sheriff’s Dept. held a second press conference on Tuesday to discuss developments in their investigation stating that Za , real name Xavier Smith, had not yet been released on $20,000 bail yet but was “working on it.”

“Not a significant amount” of drugs found, the spokesperson stated.

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Even though Za, 20, was arrested, authorities are still investigating and Bieber, 19, has not yet been exonerated.

Police seized the singer’s security equipment, which the spokesperson said was “extensive” and “very well operated” in hopes it will help aid in the egg vandalism investigation — the original reason for the raid.

As Radar previously reported, eleven police patrol cars arrived at Bieber’s Calabasas, Calif. house Tuesday morning armed with a battering ram and search warrant as part of a felony vandalism investigation.

Police executed the warrant after Bieber was accused of costing his neighbor $20,000 in damages and video surfaced in which the neighbor can be heard shouting, “I see you. I f**king see you!” before a boy, who is allegedly Bieber, responded, “F**k you! I got another one for you, actually!”

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According to the spokesperson, the neighbor did not have his own video surveillance.

Stay with Radar for developments in this case…

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