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Justin Bieber doing anger management and community service in egging case

Justin Bieber at the Amber Lounge, Le Meridian, in Monaco, 23.

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Justin Bieber's attorney says the singer is on schedule to finish his sentence in a misdemeanor vandalism case by early next year.

Attorney Shawn Holley told a Los Angeles judge that Bieber will complete community service and anger management treatments by the time his case is called again on Feb. 10.

Bieber is on probation for a vandalism case filed earlier this year over an incident in which the singer threw eggs at a neighbor's home.

The pop singer did not attend Monday's hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Bieber was ordered to complete five days of community service, attend 12 anger management sessions and pay $80,900 to repair damage to his neighbor's home.

Holley says Bieber has already paid restitution.

The Canadian singer is fulfilling community labor requirement in the egging case by working for MusiCares, according to TMZ. He's reportedly doing physical labor during his five-day stint for the organization, which helps music people in times of need.