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Justin Bieber Pays $80, 000 Fine for Throwing Eggs at Neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz

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What came first, the chicken or the egg throwing? Canadian kid sensation Justin Bieber is having some problems as an adult, and before he finally grows up, he might lose his green card. This time, he was fined $80, 000 for throwing eggs at neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz’s house, and in addition to the fine, he is required to attend anger management classes. Or perhaps working at a greasy spoon making omelets would suffice. He has also been awarded to stay away from Schwartz and his family. Representatives of Bieber say this shouldn’t be a problem, because in any case, he has sold his former residence in Calabasas California, and is moving into new luxury digs.

It isn’t just maturing fans acquiring taste who are getting sick of Justin Bieber. After his arrest for DUI with an expiring license and resisting arrest, there are calls to have Bieber’s green card taken away. Even Bieber’s lawyers agree that he got merely a wrist slap for his outrageous behavior, according to Tass News Source.

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