Moscow still sees no progress in Viktor Bout caseRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 26, 16:03
Putin will hold negotiations with any president elected in the US — KremlinRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 26, 16:01
Russian diplomat stresses US marines deployment to Norway won't improve securityRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 26, 15:12
Vladimir Putin at All-Russia People's Front meeting in Crimea: live from YaltaRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 26, 15:11
CIS forces hold simulated launches of antiaircraft missilesMilitary & Defense October 26, 15:09
Russia-Egypt first anti-terrorism drillsMilitary & Defense October 26, 15:06
Kremlin will not react towards Ukraine's MP Savchenko arrival in MoscowRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 26, 14:34
Head of auditor giant wins Top Russian Managers AwardBusiness & Economy October 26, 14:31
Flying laboratory for A-100 Premier advanced aircraft radar takes off for first timeMilitary & Defense October 26, 14:29
LOS ANGELES, November 11. /TASS/. Canadian singer Justin Bieber paid a fine and compensation of more than $80,000 for egg-throwing at his neighbor’s house, his attorney reported Monday at a Los Angeles court. Apart from that the singer is attending courses on anger management without fail and is going to accomplish them February, 2015.
The American Court sentenced him to a two-year probationary period, five-day public work and a fine for aggression against a neighbor’s house in Calabasas (California) before. Bieber was also forbidden to approach his former neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz and his family during two years. Therefore, the singer already sold his house in an luxury development, according to his attorney.
The incident involving Bieber happened early in January when Calabasas police received a complaint stating that the singer threw eggs at his neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz’s property who managed to shoot a video of what was going on.
Later, the singer was arrested in Miami (Florida). He was charged of driving under influence and with expired driver's license and resisting arrest.
All this resulted in Americans' losing patience and initiating the petition to US authorities requesting to cancel Bieber’s Green Card and to expel him from the country.
Lawyers agree that Bieber got the easiest of all possible punishments for his behavior.