Justin Bieber is a grown-up, married man and, by all appearances, a responsible citizen. Of course, that wasn’t always the case, and at least one foolish stunt from his younger “bad boy” days is still haunting him: that infamous incident in which he and some buddies egged a neighbour’s house.
While the incident itself is a distant memory, the lawsuit filed by that neighbour has lingered on, and Associated Press reports that Bieber has finally come to a settlement.
According to a court document filed on Friday, reports AP, “the case has been resolved in its entirety.”
The suit, filed by Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz in 2015, alleged that hey suffered emotional harm due to the egging and other behaviour by Bieber and his friends when he was their next-door neighbour.
Bieber, 24, has already served probation after reaching a plea deal relating to the 2013 incident, and was ordered to pay $80,000 in restitution for damages to his neighbours’ home.
The suit alleged that “Bieber spit in Jeffrey Schwartz’s face and terrorized the family with loud parties, drug use and aggressive driving” while he lived in the Calabasas community, with the Schwartzes seeking more than $25,000 in damages.
The terms of the settlement are not known.