Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Wednesday, 15 January 2014

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The Calabasas SWAT teams found regular eggs but not one deviled egg.

CALABASAS, California - The quiet Calabasas morning was broken with the sound of three SWAT teams converging on Justin Bieber's $6.5 million mansion nestled in the Oaks section.

The officers were acting on a tip that Bieber had made some deviled eggs using an illegal substance.

The 14 law enforcement officers broke down the front gate and then broke down the front door as they rushed into the Canadian singer's home.

They found Bieber in The Ping Pong Room dressed in a San Francisco 49ers jersey and pink Dora The Explorer shorts.

He explained to the officers that the reason he was wearing the shorts was because he had lost a bet to hip hop rap artist Lil Biggle.

The Biebs was asked if he knew anything about an illegal substance being in some of the deviled eggs.

Justin smiled and said that he never opens the refrigerator because he has people to do that for him.

After searching the entire mansion, the officers said that they did not find anything illegal in his home.

One officer did reveal that he found half a dozen nude photos of a woman who looked a lot like Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter.

In Other News. FOX News talking head Megyn Kelly has told her bosses that she wants them to double her salary or she may vamoose, as they say in East El Lay.

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