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What Selena Knows: Cops Could Question Gomez In Bieber Vandalism Probe Because She Was THERE The Night Of The Egging!

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Jan. 21 2014, Published 6:44 a.m. ET

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Cops investigating the egg throwing incident at Justin Bieber’s mansion have a pop star they could question about what happened — and remarkably — they’re likely only finding out about this break in the case by reading this story. has exclusively learned that Bieber’s on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez was at the 19-year-old’s Calabasas, Calif., home on the night in question when he allegedly hurled eggs at a neighbors’ property, causing more than $20,000 in damage.

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Gomez, 21, had attended a party at Bieber’s home with a group of pals, a source close to the situation has confirmed.

She had romantically reunited with the “Baby” hit-maker days earlier, having been photographed riding on Segways in his exclusive neighborhood.

READ: The X-Rated Nude Photos Justin Bieber Sexted Selena Gomez After She Called Him ‘A Drug Addict’

It’s understood Gomez hasn't spoken to investigators about the incident — she left before cops arrived on the scene that night — and it's not even known if investigators are even aware that she was at the home.

However, it’s likely authorities could attempt to question her and others who were at the home on that day/night as their probe continues.

As previously reported, Bieber’s neighbor, Jeffrey Schwartz, summoned cops authorities to their posh neighborhood at around 7:30 PM on Jan. 9, after he saw the “Baby” singer pitching the eggs at his front door.

The neighbor said he ventured out to his balcony, where he spotted the Canadian singer tossing the eggs and asked him, “What the hell are you doing?”

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At that point, Schwartz has alleged that Bieber began chucking the eggs at him, as they yelled at one another, until the Biebs retreated back into his mansion.

The neighbor gave his account of the incident to police, who took an incident report on the matter.

Five days later, eleven sheriff cars — along with a battering ram unit — returned to Bieber’s mansion early in the morning, to execute felony a search warrant and obtain video from star's security cameras that might show what happened days earlier.

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As part of their investigation, police arrested Bieber’s pal Lil Za for felony drug possession after they allegedly found Ecstasy and Xanax, but lab tests have not yet confirmed that.

Gomez’s presence at Bieber’s home on the night of the egging is a surprising post-script to the pair’s falling out, with the breakdown of their romance having been confirmed via a bombshell report on Monday morning.

Article continues below advertisement exclusively obtained X-rated nude photos  that a source claims a randy Bieber sent to Gomez last week in the midst of a bitter texting fight where she called him “a drug addict” who needs to “go to rehab!”

The messages, which has verified are real, were forwarded by a cellphone registered to Gomez’s stepfather, Brian Teefey, to one of her friends.

And they begin innocently enough, before turning graphic.

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“Baby come on. I love you,” Bieber, 19, texted Gomez, inciting an angry backlash from the woman he’d been spotted on vacation with just a few weeks before.

“I don’t buy that bullshit anymore,” Gomez snapped back. “I was honest with you and I gave you a second chance. All my friends were right, You’re such an a**hole.”

Unabashed, the “Baby” hit-maker responded, “You’re all I need right now. I know I can make it right with you.”

But that only made Gomez angrier.

U r a drug addict,” she responded in the text provided by a source. “U need help.”



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