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Justin Bieber is off formal probation in his infamous egging case. The “Baby” hitmaker receives high praise from his probation officer after completing 12 hours of anger management counseling and 40 hours of community labor. He also paid $90,000 in restitution.

Justin’s lawyer Shawn Holley appeared in court on his behalf on Monday morning, November 2 to address his progress. The judge showed satisfaction on a positive report from the “Sorry” singer’s probation officer and agreed to let him off formal probation.

In the probation officer report obtained by TMZ, Donny Gomez, who runs Volunteers of America where Justin put in the time, praised the singer’s attitude. Donny said Justin was “great worker” who “had no problem getting his hands dirty and moving heavy objects.” The “What Do You Mean” singer picked up garbage and painted walls.

“He was a great influence to our clients and a pleasure to have,” Donny added, “I truly believe he has learned his lesson and will be a productive member of society and a great human being.”

Justin pelted a neighbor’s home with eggs in January 2014. In July, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor vandalism. The “Boyfriend” singer was sentenced to two years of probation, along with anger management, community service and restitution.

© AceShowbiz.com

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