Justin Bieber has financially compensated the person whose house he infamously egged.
Justin Bieber has paid $80,000 to his ex-next door neighbour after egging their home earlier this year.
The Baby singer was investigated by police in January after the food source was found on a property in Calabasas, California. In July the stars attorneys entered a no contest plea to charges of misdemeanour vandalism and now Justin has paid $80k to the neighbour.
“He’s paid [for] the cost of undoing all the damage from the egging, and Biebs has taken steps to control his temper,” reports TMZ.
As well as the money, Justin also has to finish his 12 anger management classes, which came as part of his plea deal. The Beauty and the Beat singer also has to do five days of community service, which will reportedly take place at MusiCares but won’t involve teaching singing, instead it will be hard labour painting walls and moving furniture.
“Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him," his representative confirmed in a written statement to CNN after the July court date. “He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music.”
The singer was caught after the resident filmed the incident and his voice could be clearly heard. A surveillance video taken from his home also showed him to be part of the egg attack.
But while the 20-year-old will have paid off his debts by February, he will still be on probation until 2016. The star has had numerous brushes with the law this year and his legal woes are by no means over. In August, photographer Aja Oxman sued Justin and one of his bodyguards for assault and infliction of emotional distress tied to an altercation in Hawaii last year.
Copyright: Cover Media 2014
Monday, 10. November 2014