Justin Bieber to start work at charitable foundation


Justin Bieber will work at the charitable foundation MusiCares to complete the community labour he was ordered to undertake after he egged his former neighbour’s home earlier this year.

The ‘Beauty and the Beat’ hitmaker has been told to spend five days at MusiCares – an organisation devoted to helping struggling musicians with health and addiction issues – to satisfy the requirements of the labour order imposed on him after he was charged with vandalism earlier this year.

According to TMZ, Justin will help out at the Los Angeles-based facility painting walls and moving office furniture as part of his punishment for egging his former neighbour’s house.

Although normal labour orders stipulate that people perform either trash clearing, graffiti removal or beach clean-ups, the 20-year-old star’s service will take place at the foundation due to fears he would be mobbed on the street by fans and unable to complete the order properly.

Justin’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, was present in court earlier today to hear the verdict which ruled the singer has to complete the labour by February 10th.
The ‘Boyfriend’ hitmaker was also ordered to pay $80,000 in damages to his former neighbour after he pelted their home in Calabasas, California, with eggs causing around $20,000 worth of damage to the property.

A judge previously ruled that the singer take steps to control his temper and ordered Justin to attend 12 anger management classes.

Justin Bieber ordered to pay $80k for egging
Justin Bieber has been ordered to pay $80,000 in damages after he pelted a neighbour’s home with eggs in Calabasas, California, earlier this year.
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.”

Justin Bieber parties with his Xbox

The 20-year-old ‘Beauty and the Beat’ singer reportedly brought the game console with him for Pastor Carl Lentz birthday party, which was held at Jay Z’s 40/40 club on Thursday evening.

According to reports, the tween heartthrob retreated to a private room where he hooked his Xbox up to the club’s TV system, taking it in turns to play ‘NBA 2K15’ and ‘FIFA’ with his fellow party guests.
A source told New York Post’s Page Six: “Bieber was a lot better at ‘Fifa’ and came out with one or two victories.”
However, Justin decided to celebrate with some ice cream – not video games – after he took home the Best Male trophy at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards last night (09.11.14) for the fifth consecutive time.

Uunable to make the ceremony – which took place in Glasgow, Scotland – Justin thanked his fans via video.
He said: “I just won Best Male at the EMAs so I just wanted to thank all my fans out there, you guys are incredible. I’m at CVS so I’m going to get some fudgesicles.”
Justin also captioned the video – which he shared on via Twitter – with a heartfelt message. He wrote: “Just won Best Male at the #EMA’s! Thank you all so much. Big things coming. Love you.”


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