Thanks to anger management, Justin Bieber is one step closer to putting that egging incident behind him. Bieber finished up his court-ordered courses and has already started on his community service requirements, reports TMZ.
The 21-year-old pop star’s lawyers gave the update at a court hearing Monday to show that JB finished a dozen anger management courses. Bieber got started on his community service next. He has, so far, only completed two hours of the five-day requirement.
He logged the hours at an emergency shelter for Volunteers of America, Los Angeles. He plans to continue working there helping out with doing repairs until the hours are completed. The probation officer wrote in a report that Bieber’s "overall performance on probation has been good” and that he “continues to display a cooperative attitude."
Bieber was sentenced to two years' probation last July after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor vandalism charge for pelting his neighbor’s mansion with yolks. He was also required to reimburse the $80,000 in damage caused.
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