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The plea deal agreed to yesterday by Justin Bieber in the egging case is no big surprise. For most people it would be a breeze to get through what he has been sentenced to. A big check, some anger management classes and some community service. The big sticking point for Justin is going to be the probation he agreed to. Two years. In the past two years, Justin has been accused and charged and implicated in lots of things which would violate his probation if it had already been in place. Just in the past year he has been charged with DUI, although that was reduced, but would have violated probation. He was arrested for assault which would have also violated his probation and was accused of attempted robbery. Looking at his history and his temper and his self-entitlement I think it is a pretty fair bet to say that he is not going to make it through these two years without violating his probation. I just don't think he can stay out of trouble.
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