According to TMZ, city Attorney Dennis Herrera fired off a letter to Universal Music Group claiming the Bieber graffiti won't come off. It was apparently painted with permanent stuff, and even after a few recent rain storms, hasn't faded.
Dennis said the Public Works crews have been called in to remove it, but that doesn't come cheap. It's unclear if the city prosecutor wants the graffiti artist to foot the bill, or whether he wants to prosecute the culprit for malicious mischief.
Bieber's album, Purpose, debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. Mission accomplished?