Singer Justin Bieber has finally settled a lawsuit with the neighbour whose house he egged nearly five years ago, with the terms of the agreement set to remain confidential.

In January of 2014, Bieber and a group of friends threw eggs at the Calabasas home of online automotive mogul Jeffrey Schwartz. It was the culmination of a bitter neighbourhood feud, in which Bieber and his employees allegedly intimidated and harassed him and his family.

Schwartz claims that, in 2013, he and a friend approached Bieber and asked him to stop speeding down the quiet residential street, saying that he was causing a commotion and potentially putting the lives of children in danger.

In response, he says that one of Bieber’s bodyguards approached him and called him a “little Jew boy”, asking “what are you going to do about it, Jew boy?” He also claims that Bieber spat on him, a claim that the singer has denied.

As a result this, as well as the disturbance caused by loud parties and drag races in the street, Schwartz filed suit for assault and battery, emotional distress and trespass. Per TMZ, the terms of the suit, which settled this week, will remain undisclosed.

In the immediate aftermath of the egging incident, Bieber was charged with criminal vandalism, to which he pleaded no contest. He was forced to pay $80,900 in restitution, and was also required to perform community service and attend anger management classes.

Justin Bieber has since moved out of the neighbourhood, selling his house to Khloe Kardashian.

Source: TMZ
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