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Justin Bieber Sentenced 2 Years Probation in Egging Case

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Justin Bieber has pleaded no contest to misdemeanor vandalism in connection with the egging of his neighbor’s home and has been sentenced to two years’ probation, reports CNN.

California’s court also ordered him to pay $80,900 in damages, serve five days of community service and complete an anger management programme.

Justin was not present in court for the arraignment.

JB’s representatives said in a statement after the verdict by Los Angeles Superior Court in Van Nuys.

Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him. He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music.

‘High-fiving friends’

Investigators searched Justin’s Calabasas home in California in January for evidence after the egging reportedly caused serious damage.

One of his friends, Lil Za was arrested on drug possession charges after that search.

The LA County Sheriff’s Office say they were looking for surveillance video tapes when they spotted the drugs “in plain view”.

Surveillance footage seized from the home appears to show him high-fiving friends and celebrating after throwing eggs at his neighbor’s home, police said.

Justin could have faced a more serious felony charge if the damage to the home had been greater than $20,000.

Justin faces two other criminal cases in Florida and Toronto.


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  • BelieberIsForever <3

    Ugh not this drama again please >:(

    • Belieber 4 Eva

      I just can’t believe it

      • BelieberIsForever <3

        I know right ugh!

  • Nicki

    OMG! Not this drama sh*t again. Put it behind, please.

    • Hannah Cortez

      Its already over with. Hes just going to have some consequences

  • belieberforever

    Please. Not this shit again. Can they just forget this stupid thing

    • Belieber 4 Eva

      Yeh this trash happened like last year

      • Hannah Cortez

        Umm no it happened this year

  • Jaimie

    If he wanted no drama in the media then this should help put on on the right course. I know a lot of us fans are sick of hearing about it but he did damages to someones property, prank or no prank, and he’s accepting the consequences like an adult and for that I’m proud of Justin. We all know our Justin can be a bit of a hot-head too so hopefully this anger management helps and he takes it seriously. It really will be for the better and help him gain a more positive light with all the casual fans / general audience. This is a good day for us Beliebers.

    • Zebra skin Belieber

      Justin’s nature is just like our own, it’s a “package deal” with both good and bad!
      The real Justin deep down is probably a hyper high energy superman and that’s why it’s hard for him to control — but without that he would never ever have become the world famous Justin he is today!

    • Birk

      I agree that Justin needs to get help with his anger, and it’s about time that Beliebers quit pretending that he doesn’t have problems with his quick temper.. You are not doing Justin any favors at all by continuing to ignore that he needs this anger management classes. I hope he continues with these types of classes after the court order ones are done with. It’s not funny anymore to see Justin get into trouble over and over again, due to his quick temper, unprofessional bodyguards, poor choice of friends and lack of judgment on his part. I don’t want to see Justin go down the route of Lindsay Lohan and Chris Brown.

  • Belieber

    At least he don’t have to go to jail

  • ALEKSANDER

    Poor Justin ! He’s victim of fascist court ! Justin keep yourself !

  • Birk

    So this now means that Justin now has a criminal record which may impact his ability to travel to other countries.. I guess that means that he won’t be able to go on tour in some countries any more. That means that fans won’t be able to see him in their country.

    • Zebra skin Belieber

      So you must be from England or Australia, you got your laws mixed up!
      In the USA a Misdemeanour is equivalent to a minor matter (like a parking ticket) but a “felony” is equivalent to a CRIME!
      So Justin does NOT have a criminal record now!

      • Zebra skin Belieber

        A felon is like a criminal and gets “summons” to court, he must attend otherwise he gets arrested but for a minor misdemeanour Justin was not even required to be in court for the verdict !!!

      • Zebra skin Belieber

        FELON = CRIMINAL
        MISDEMEANOR = minor law breaker

      • Birk

        Actually it is you who has your facts wrong.. Many states in the U.S.A. have different laws on what is considered a felony, infraction or misdemeanor, including California… In California a misdemeanor charge which Justin now has on his record is considered a criminal offense.. In other words you would not be able to pass a criminal record check in California if convicted of a misdemeanor. But considering that Justin will be on probation and it was a case considered a “wobbler”, he can apply to have it expunged from his record after 2 years. There are several countries in the world that regularly refuse entry to people who have criminal records, regardless if it was serious offense or not and there are different circumstances as well.. Since Justin is in the U.S. on a visa, if he was convicted of a felony charge he could have been deported, but not on a misdemeanor which his lawyers struck a plea bargain for. If Justin breaches his probation than he could be sent to jail.

      • Zebra skin Belieber

        Firstly a misdemeanour is not a criminal offence!
        Secondly, Justin does NOT even have a misdemeanour conviction, that’s the whole point of PROBATION !!!
        In England it’s called a “good behaviour bond”, meaning if Justin stays good for two years then NO conviction will ever be recorded. However if he does reoffend then he cops 2 convictions, one for the egging and another conviction for the subsequent offense!
        Beliebers are of course praying!

      • Belieber 4 Eva

        Yeh get ur facts straight birk

  • Birk

    Two years probation as well? With the amount of trouble that Justin gets into by himself and his bodyguards, I am very worried he will end up in jail for breaching probation.

  • Lailani

    I’m sure Justin will be okay. He’s amazing and just adorable

    • Belieber 4 Eva

      I’m glad that it’s not to serious and that it’s just probation but I don’t like tht they made it seem tht he did so many bad things like he’s also facing two criminal cases in Florida and whatever that’s messed up but I think since he’s more mature he can stay out I trouble

  • ivan

    This is just haters going after Justin because they don’t like him and they want to make him an example. This should just have been settled for money. Justin is no threat to anyone; that neighbor did not like him and wanted to screw his life. He could have agreed to some settlement but he was full of hate toward him. Did you hear the insults he hurled at Justin in that video while Justin was throwing the eggs? Justin must have been provoked to do it. Justin once complained of things thrown on his property.

    • M

      Well obviously he was insulting Justin, he was egging his house. If you saw someone doing that to your house wouldn’t you wanna insult them? How do you know the neighbor hated Justin, you didn’t live there?

  • ivan

    He will be able to tour and perform but he has to get permission during the time he’s on probation. He also cannot drink in a place like the U.S. till he’s 21. He also has to avoid pot unless it’s medical marijuana where that is permitted. His bodyguards have to be careful they don’t get sued for being too rough on paps.

    • Zebra skin Belieber

      I also avoid POT, I let my girlfriend do all the cooking! LOL

  • Hannah Cortez

    He has to pay $80k just for some eggs?
    Wow thats stupid but im just glad its over with and that hes focusing on his career. I hope he learned his lesson now

  • Zebra skin Belieber

    Firstly a misdemeanour is not a criminal offence!
    Secondly, Justin does NOT even have a misdemeanour conviction, that’s the whole point of PROBATION !!!
    In England it’s called a “good behaviour bond”, meaning if Justin stays good for two years then NO conviction will ever be recorded. However if he does reoffend then he cops 2 convictions, one for the egging and another conviction for the subsequent offense!
    Beliebers are, of course, praying!

    • Jaimie

      Clearly you’re missing the fact that besides it being a prank, he did nearly 100 grand in damages which is why they are thus taking actions against Justin and rightly so. Teepeeing a house or egging someones door in a shitty, regular old neighborhood and then egging an expensive house are two completely different things apparently. The bright side is 1) Justin has millions of dollars so this is hardly a dent, 2) the public can stop being all whiney about celebs getting away with stupid shit and 3) Justin can take anger management and hopefully keep him out of trouble like this in the future. This, whether we as fans like it or not, is a BIG PLUS for us and for him.

  • Zebra skin Belieber

    Considering it was not an unprovoked event, the court seems to have “thrown the book” at Justin, treating him as harshly as possible!
    Compared to other offenders who get probation of 3 months, 6 months, 9 months! Why does Justin get the maximum term of two years?
    To justify Jeffrey Schwartz’s revenge?
    To justify the sheriff sending 20 squad cars with guns drawn, helicopters & egg sniffing dogs? LOL

  • Zebra skin Belieber

    What percentage of teenage males have thrown eggs and got away with it in their lifetime? Huge?
    Guys are always doing graffiti around our suburbs and the only punishment they get is – they must wash it off!
    Why didn’t the cops simply tell Justin to take out his “big hose” that would blast off any dirt !!! LOL

  • Zebra skin Belieber

    Other people would have got 3 chances —
    On your 1st offence, if it’s a minor offence or a prank like Justin’s egging, the cops do not even lay charges if you have a clean record, they simply issue an “official warning” instead.
    On your 2nd offence the cops will say that you got away with it once already so this time we will charge you. However, once you go to court the judge will let u off since u still have a clean record.
    You only get convicted on the 3rd offence!
    But I admit it can vary between countries and between states! However the whole idea is called corrections, to help rehabilitate, not nail them into hopeless self destruction

  • BelieberIsForever <3

    I hate it when TMZ ALWAYS talk about Justin, they just need to shut up what’s so HARD about that???????? Don’t worry I’ll shut their mouths for them hahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :) They really need to get a clue and a life.

  • Iane

    TMZ news? My father told me about this before I read this but even though I actually don’t read about first. I still defended Justin.

  • Someone

    Guys,Just because he’s justin bieber, that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t face any concequences. It’s not like any of u would be happy if it was your house he egged. Celebrities shouldn’t get a free pass just cuz they’re famous. They’re regular people too and celebs need to learn to accept responsibility