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Bieber pleads no contest to egging neighbor’s home

Bieber-Egging. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sheriff's deputies are investigating Justin Bieber for yet another dispute with a neighbor that could land him in court.
Bieber-Egging. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sheriff's deputies are investigating Justin Bieber for yet another dispute with a neighbor that could land him in court.
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Justin Bieber, recently in hot water for using the N-word multiple times in his racially slurred—leaked online video, pleads no contest to egging his neighbor’s Calabasas home, an incident that happened earlier this year in January. Although Bieber did not appear in court, his attorney did enter a plea on his behalf to a mister meaner vandalism charge, which the Sheriff’s detectives estimated the damages to the neighbor’s home to be worth thousands of dollars.

The District Attorney Office ordered Bieber to pay $80,900 in restitution and stay away from the victim for two years. Also, he has to undergo 12 weeks of an anger management program, and five days of community labor. Ouch! The things the Canadian Pop Star has to go through to right his wrongs.

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

Hopefully Bieber stays true to his words and focus on what matters the most—his music.

Bieber’s last album—Believe, which was the sixth global best-selling album of 2012, with sales of three million copies, received favorable reviews from fans and music critics. There’s no denying that The Bieb has talent, but talent will only take you so far. Bieber has to man-up and put away his childish behaviors. He must look on the bright side of things and view this egging case as one less court case to worry about because he still has more legal troubles ahead.

Flashback to Jan. 23, when Bieber was arrested for a DUI, and Miami police said they found him racing his Lamborghini down a residential street, driving twice the speed limit. The police later said Bieber admitted to smoking pot, drinking and taking prescription medication. Miami court has set a trial date this month for Bieber’s DUI case, which also includes resisting arrest and driving with an expired license. But allegedly, a source told the Daily News that Bieber will plead guilty to reckless driving and be forced to pay a fine.

As if catching cases in America isn’t enough, Bieber was also charged with assault in Toronto, Canadian. And guess what for? Allegedly hitting a limousine driver several times in the back of the head. Also, Bieber’s former bodyguard claims Bieber repeatedly berated him and hit him in the chest, and that Bieber owes him $420,000 in overtime and other wages. That case is schedule to go to trial in L.A. next month.

Hopefully all goes well for The Bieb, but if what Bieber’s neighbors in Bieber’s new Beverly Hills condo building said is true—that Bieber and his entourage has been causing disturbances there, then history might repeat itself sooner or later.

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