Justin Bieber has reached a plea bargain with prosecutors in relation to his January drunk driving arrest.
And it doesn't even include the charge of drunk driving.
According to The Miami Herald, the singer will plead guilty to careless driving and resisting an officer without violence. He will be forced to attend a 12-hour anger management source and pay $50,000 to charity.
The artist's main concern was that this plea deal did NOT include any kind of probation because that could mean jail time for Justin if he violated the law in any way going forward.
And we all know he will, don't we?
The underage star was just spotted holding a liquor bottle while celebrating the 17th birthday of Kylie Jenner, for instance.
This plea deal comes as no real surprise.
The arresting officer in Florida seemingly lied when he said Bieber was drag racing and that police could smell alcohol on his breath; a subsequent test revealed relatively no alcohol in the singer's system at the time.
This is Bieber's second plea deal in just a few months, as he recently pled no contest to misdemeanor vandalism in an egging case.
As a result, he was placed on two years probation and ordered to pay his neighbor $80,900 in restitution. He also had to undergo more anger management.