Justin Bieber ordered to pay $80k for egging

Justin Bieber.
Justin Bieber. Bang Showbiz

JUSTIN Bieber has been ordered to pay $80,000 after he egged his former neighbour's home.

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker - who was accused of criminal vandalism and causing more than $20,000 worth of damage to a resident's home in Calabasas, California, after he pelted eggs at the property earlier this year - has been told to pay the victim the staggering sum in damages, reports TMZ.

A judge also previously ruled that the 20-year-old singer take steps to control his temper and ordered Justin to attend 12 anger management classes as well as complete six days of community labour.

The star - who is in the middle of a two-year probation for his part in the incident - has continued to run into trouble with the law following the egging and even caused police to visit his home six times in just one weekend over the summer after his neighbour's alerted them to his wild parties.

The force even advised Justin's neighbours to place him under citizen's arrest if he disturbs them again.

The 'Beauty and the Beat' singer wasn't cited during the weekend long party as he complied with police and agreed to turn the music down, although any further incidents could have serious consequences for him.

An insider explained at the time: "If the Beverly Hills Police Department cites Justin, they will forward the matter to the Los Angeles County Probation Department, which could trigger a probation violation and then he's in jail territory."

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