The singer pleaded no contest to charges stemming from an egg-throwing incident in January
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Justin Bieber entered a no-contest plea on Wednesday to a misdemeanor vandalism charge for throwing eggs at his neighbor’s home in Calabasas, California, back in January.

The plea deal – entered on his behalf by his attorneys to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Leland Harris – comes with some pretty hefty consequences. The singer will have to complete five days of community labor and an anger management program, according to a statement released by the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office. He also must pay $80,900 in restitution, and stay away from his neighbor and his family for two years.

In addition, Bieber, 20, was placed on a two-year probation.

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

The singer has had his fair share of trouble with the law this year. In addition to the vandalism charge, Bieber has also been arrested for assault and DUI, and has been accused of attempted robbery.

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