Bieber cuts deal in egging episode

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Pop superstar Justin Bieber dodged a possible felony charge (and potential jail time) Wednesday when the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office only charged the singer with misdemeanor vandalism Wednesday — over that alleged egging incident back in January.

Readers will recall that one of Bieber’s former neighbors in his Calabasas, Calif. gated community claimed the entertainer had hurled eggs at his home, causing $20,000 in damage to the house’s custom façade.

At the time, more than a dozen Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officers raided Bieber’s residence, executing a search warrant in relation to the case.

Reportedly, Bieber has since sold that house to Khloe Kardashian, and now currently is renting a Beverly Hills condominium — where he’s had run-ins with his new neighbors.

According to TMZ, Bieber’s lawyers negotiated a plea in the case before it could go to trial — entering a no contest plea to misdemeanor vandalism.

That translates to no jail time and one year on probation — as well as having to complete some community service.

In addtion, Bieber was ordered to pay his former neighbor to cover the cost of re-plastering the damaged exterior.


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