Justin Bieber has taken steps to put the egging vandalism case behind him, as he reportedly met with his probation officer Friday afternoon.

TMZ reports that Bieber and his lawyer, Shawn Holley, paid a visit to the probation department at the Santa Monica Courthouse. The site reports that the conditions regarding Bieber's probation and plea deal were discussed.

Bieber accepted a plea deal on July 9 in regards to a vandalism incident which took place in January. Bieber and his friends were accused of egging a neighbor's home in Calabasas, Calif. The incident was caught on home security video footage and Bieber was subsequently charged with misdemeanor vandalism.

Under his probation, Bieber cannot break any laws and must complete anger management and community service on time. He will attend 12 anger management classes, perform five days of community service and has been ordered to pay $80,000 in damages.

Since July 9, however, Bieber has walking on thin ice, as cops were reportedly called to his condo six times last weekend both for partying and disturbance as a result of fans and paparazzi. Any charges brought against Bieber for noise could violate the terms of his probation.

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