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Justin Bieber Enters No Contest Plea in Egging Case
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Justin Bieber has been ordered to pay $80,900 in restitution for damage caused to his ex-neighbor’s mansion that he egged, according to CNN.

Bieber accepted a plea deal to settle the vandalism charge that will put him on probation for two years. He will be supervised until he completes an anger management session that includes 12 weeks of meetings. He will also need to work five days of community labor.

  
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Bieber must also stay 100 yards away from the victim’s family as part of the sentence. Bieber has to notify his probation officer if he is ever deported or if he has to leave the country, according to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Leland Harris.

“Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him,” his representative said in a written statement. “He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music.”

The Los Angeles County District Attorney filed the misdemeanor charge on Wednesday five months after it was recommended that it be prosecuted as a felony by a sheriff’s investigator.

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The plea was entered by attorney Shawn Holley as Bieber was not required to be in court. Bieber has moved out of the neighborhood. He sold the home to Khloe Kardashian.



 

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