Justin Bieber may not receive jail time, but he will get two years probation and community service after vandalizing his neighbor's home with eggs earlier this year.
Bieber, the 20-year-old singer, was accused of vandalizing his neighbor's home with eggs. In a search of Bieber's home that took place earlier this year, police discovered a surveillance video which could prove that the Canadian singer was behind the egging.
The pop star will be forced to undergo 12 weekly anger management classes, pay a fine, perform five days of community service along with his two years of probation after pleading no contest to misdemeanor vandalism, according to CNN.
He was also ordered to stay at least 100 feet from the neighbors' home he egged, and has since sold the house to reality television star Khloe Kardashian. Now that the ordeal is behind him, the singer is trying to move forward, according to his representatives.
"Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him," a statement from his rep reads, according to Radar Online. "He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music."
Bieber's neighbor who accused the singer of egging his home previously spoke to E! about the incident.
"It was about 7:30 p.m. and I was in my house upstairs with my daughter. We began to hear something hitting the house, like rocks and things crashing into the window," the neighbor told E! "We went to our outside balcony and saw [Justin] standing in my front yard, ripping eggs at my house."
Things seemed to get more intense after the neighbor confronted Bieber.
"I screamed at him, he yelled back at me, said, 'Yeah I got another one for you,' and threw more eggs. Then I called the sheriff," the neighbor previously told E!. "Obviously my daughter was very frightened having eggs thrown at her. It was unprovoked, as I have not seen the kid in months, so I have no idea what prompted him to do this."