Bieber dodges bullet
Busted! Well, kind of.
Cops reportedly found a whole lot of drugs while searching Justin Bieber’s home during an egging-related raid last week but couldn’t do anything about what they found.
According to TMZ.com, two large cookie jars filled with marijuana and four or five empty codeine bottles were among the pop star’s stash, but police couldn’t seize the items because their search warrant was related to the egging incident, not drugs.
Cops were looking for surveillance equipment that may have shown the egging that Bieber’s neighbor alleges.
According to TMZ, cops also found foam cups that reportedly were used to hold Sizzurp, a dangerous mix of prescription cough syrup and soda that has been reported as Bieber’s substance of choice.
Bieber reportedly has a “serious” problem with drugs, according to TMZ, and is being urged to go to rehab.
A rep for Bieber didn’t return a request to comment.
Michaels’ sweet temptation
Even one of the world’s top fitness trainers needs to indulge once in a while – with limitations, of course.
While dining with a pal recently at Stanton Social, “The Biggest Loser’s” Jillian Michaels got a kinda-sorta sweet surprise when the Lower East Side restaurant unexpectedly sent dessert to her table.
“When dessert was brought over she yelled, ‘OMG! What are you doing to me?’ ” a restaurant-goer said. “She then was insistent that the server helped eat the treats.”
Lohan, Cavin get cozy
Lindsay Lohan seems to be getting pretty cozy with DJ Julian Cavin, whom she was linked to earlier this year.
The two were “very lovey-dovey” at a Sundance Film Festival party in TAO at Village at The Lift on Sunday night, a party-goer said.
“They were super touchy-feely,” added the party-goer of Lohan, 27, and Cavin, who is roughly five years her junior.
The recently rehabbed actress stuck to water all night, dished our spy, even though other guests at her table were drinking Moët & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé and Stella Artois.
From prison to Brooklyn
Two members of the Russian punk rock band Pussy Riot who were recently released from prison will appear at an Amnesty International concert to be held in Brooklyn on Feb. 5.
A Tuesday news release says Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina will appear during the Bringing Human Rights Home concert to be held in the Barclays Center.
Tolokonnikova and Alekhina were released from prison last month after serving 21 months for hooliganism following their March 2012 arrest for giving an unauthorized performance in Christ the Savior Cathedral. Calls for their release came from around the world and from top music stars.
The lineup for the concert, aimed at raising human rights awareness, includes The Flaming Lips, Imagine Dragons and Lauryn Hill, with more to be announced.