Singer Justin Bieber finishes anger management, has community service left in egg-tossing case

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FILE - In this March 14, 2015 file photo, Justin Bieber speaks at the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber at Sony Pictures Studios, in Culver City, Calif. A Los Angeles judge on Monday, May 11, 2015, received a favorable report in Bieber's probation in a misdemeanor vandalism case. The singer has already done a dozen anger management sessions and only has to complete five days of community labor to resolve a case filed after he threw eggs at his former neighbor's home last year. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)


LOS ANGELES — Justin Bieber has completed most of the terms of his probation in a vandalism case filed after the pop singer threw eggs at his former neighbors' house, a probation report filed Monday says.

The performer has completed 12 anger management sessions and has signed up to work with a South Los Angeles group to improve its facilities, according to the report.

Bieber, 21, has to complete five days of community service with the group to finish his sentence in the misdemeanor case.

"His overall performance on probation has been good and he continues to display a cooperative attitude," Bieber's probation officer wrote.

Bieber caused $80,000 worth of damage to his neighbors' home in a gated community in Calabasas, a Los Angeles suburb, when he egged the couple's home in January 2014. The singer has since reimbursed them more than $80,000 and moved away.

His former neighbors, Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz, sued Bieber in March over the egging incident and other bad behavior. The lawsuit claims Bieber terrorized their family with loud parties, unsafe driving and by spitting in Jeffrey Schwartz's face during one incident.

Bieber did not attend Monday's hearing. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Anita Dymant scheduled another update in the case for Aug. 3.

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