The Sheriff's office here in Los Angeles has recommended to prosecutors that Justin Bieber be charged with a felony as a result of the egg throwing incident at his neighbor's home. As much as I would like this recommendation to stick there is no way on this earth that Bieber is getting convicted of a felony for it. Even if he was charged with a felony he would never be convicted of one. That is not going to happen. Right now Bieber's people are trying to find a dollar figure that the neighbor will accept to make the whole thing go away. I'm sure they are probably willing to offer up to $1M for $20K worth of damage. If the neighbor stands firm and thinks he is doing the right thing by not accepting the money he should think again because Bieber will plead to something much less significant and just have to pony up the actual damage done to the property which is about $20K. As much as it would be nice to see Bieber convicted of a felony imagine all of the other tagging and vandalism that goes on in Los Angeles County on a daily basis and imagine if you convicted all of those people of felonies. It just isn't going to happen. The neighbor should take his big payday and hurt Bieber in the wallet because it will be the only pain Bieber feels because of this.