Justin Bieber's pal Lil Za was sentenced today after pleading no contest to a drug charge stemming from the egg-gate raid of Bieber's Calabasas home back in January.
The 20-year-old aspiring rapper, whose real name is Xavier Domonique Smith, was convicted on one felony count of the possession of a controlled substance, ecstasy, and a misdemeanor count of damaging prison property after being arrested, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
Lil Za was sentenced to three years felony probation and 20 days of community labor and was also ordered to enter a drug program. He was also fined $1,600.
Lil Za was arrested after police used a warrant to raid Bieber's house following the egging of a home belonging to one of the pop star's neighbors. During the raid, officers discovered drugs belonging to Za. He was arrested on the spot.
While in custody at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's station, Za damaged a phone in a holding cell while attempting to pull the phone off the wall.
Meanwhile, Bieber's egging case is anything but over. Just last week, a court case document containing findings by Detective Ginni Alvarez revealed that Bieber was allegedly videotaped by a surveillance camera high-fiving his pals after the egging incident.