Justin Bieber will scarcely be paying for his alleged crime.
Earlier today, the singer was charged with misdemeanor vandalism because he
clearly allegedly fired eggs at his neighbor's home in January, causing over $20,000 in damages.
Now, according to TMZ, Bieber has reached a plea bargain in which he'll be placed on probation for a year and forced to conduct community service of some kind.
He will not spend any time in jail.
In order to finalize this arrangement, Justin's attorney will appear in court today and plead no contest to misdemeanor vandalism.
This is quite the monumental break for Bieber.
For a long while, many assumed he'd be hit with a felony because video evidence exists of him taunting his neighbor during the egg incident.
But the footage did not depict the artist (we merely heard his voice) and police were unable to find hard proof of Bieber's guilty after executing a search warrant on his property.
Look for Bieber's team to make a statement after the plea bargain is completed in a few hours.