Justin Bieber Accepts Plea Deal in Egg-Gate: All the Details

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Justin Bieber's egg-throwing fun from a few months back is finally catching up to him. While he didn't get into as big of trouble as he probably should have, the Biebs didn't get away with totally everything.

According to reports, Justin pled no contest to misdemeanor vandalism for allegedly throwing eggs at his neighbor's Calabasas, Calif. home in January. As his punishment, he was put on probation for two years, and has been ordered to perform community service. He must enroll in anger management classes too. He has also been ordered to pay $80,000 in restitution for the damages done to the egged house.

The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office released a statement announcing the vandalism charge. Justin was not required to be in court for his arraignment, which took place at the Los Angeles County Superior Court in Van Nuys.

We're sure Justin's not happy about getting probation, but it's better than getting slammed with something more serious. Think he'll learn his lesson? Was this punishment enough? Chime in. Justin Bieber Charged, Scheduled To Be Arraigned In Egging

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