Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber ‘Swatting’ Calls Lead to Boy’s Arrest

Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber ‘Swatting’ Calls Lead to Boy’s Arrest
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TMZ is currently reporting that the degenerate who was arrested for prank phone calling 911 — claiming there was gun violence at the homes of Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher — is only 12 years old!

Sources close to the adolescent tell TMZ that he lives in California with his mother, and refuses to go to school and sits at his computer day and night, communicating with other hackers.

Children’s Services has been to the boy’s home multiple times, in an effort to stabilize the situation ,but have failed. We’re told the mother has virtually checked out, and that his entire family is “incredibly dysfunctional.”

Our sources say the boy is extremely intelligent, but by no means a Zuckerberg-esque genius. Regardless, he was able to evade cops for months.

We’re told law enforcement is sympathetic and steps are afoot to remove the child from the home and place him in a stable foster environment.

We’re also told authorities are inclined to get the boy counseling rather than mete out punishment — i.e., place him on probation and if he completes his counseling program all charges will be dismissed.

The L.A. County D.A. has yet to make a decision on charging the boy with crimes.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

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