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by Alyssa Toomey | Thu., Jan. 16, 2014 11:21 AM
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The Keeping Up With the Kardashian star got candid with E!'s Ken Baker while speaking about the recent police raid at the pop star's Calabasas, Calif. home; authorities searched Biebs' mansion on Tuesday, Jan 14, looking for evidence linking the singer (or his friends) to the egg-throwing incident that occurred late last week.
After the search at Bieber's home, which led to an arrest for the 19-year-old star's pal Lil Za on suspicion of felony drug possession (and later for vandalism while Za was still in jail), Kylie retweeted a tweet which read, "Thousands of tax payers dollars were just WASTED by sending 12 ARMED officers with GUNS DRAWN in Justin Bieber's home to search for Eggs."
Kylie further clarified her feelings on the controversy, admitting she feels empathetic for her pal.
"I feel strongly. Just because I know when we're in positions like that," the brunette beauty explained with her sister Kendall by her side. "And I just feel like people feel like they have the opportunity to, like, kind of mess with you just because of your status."
"So, I don't know, I feel strongly," she continued. "What are you raiding his house for, to find eggs?"
Bieber, who has not been connected to the drugs found in his mansion, has been accused of egging his neighbor's home on Thursday, Jan. 9. If the performer is found guilty, he could be charged with a felony, due to the extensive damage on the home.
During a press conference after the police raid on Tuesday, L.A. County Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore told reporters that the singer "has not been exonerated, nor has he been arrested."
But Kylie believes Bieber has only become a target.
"Yeah I feel like people kind of attack him," she admitted of the headline-making star.
In the meantime, Kendall and Kylie are busy with their own media battles as the sisters prepare for the two-night season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on January 19. This season, the family will be faced with Kris and Bruce Jenner's separation while trying to cope with the increasingly pesky paps.
"We just keep our mouths shut if they ask stupid questions," Kendall said when asked how she deals with the omnipresent shutterbugs. "I don't know, it's like something that you have to learn to get used to and deal with."
And no one knows this better than Kendall and Kylie's big sister Kim, who is constantly at the center of the tabloids following the birth of her daughter North as well as her engagement to Kanye West.
"She's an amazing mother," the 18-year-old model gushed. "I think she's changed so much, I think she's matured a little bit," adding, "She's amazing."
We have no doubts!
Be sure to tune in to an all-new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians Jan. 19 at 9 p.m. on E!