Justin Bieber is facing some serious consequences after he pled no contest to misdemeanor vandalism in court on Wednesday.
TMZ says a judge has sentenced the 20-year-old Canadian pop star to two years of probation for allegedly egging the home of a former neighbor in Calabasas.
The singer won't face jail time, but has been ordered to perform five days labor and pay his neighbor over$80,000 dollars in restitution. The amount is significantly higher than expected, as the neighbor had submitted estimates saying the home had sustained about $20,000 in damages. Bieber will also be required to attend 12 anger management classes.
The star was not in court when the ruling came down Wednesday afternoon. The sentencing comes after months of rumors that the L.A. Country District Attorney's office was pushing to charge the star with felony vandalism.
The singer still has a number of pending cases, notably for his DUI arrest in Miami that took place just weeks after the egging incident.
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