You might remember that time Justin Bieber egged his neighbors house and subsequently received a vandalism charge in which he was ordered to attend anger management classes, perform five days of community service and pay $80,900 in damages. Today, Bieber's two-year probation is officially over. Justin's lawyer was in court this morning where the judge expressed full satisfaction with all of Bieber's efforts following a glowing review from his probation officer according to TMZ.

In the meantime, Bieber's latest single "Sorry" debuted at the No. 2 spot of the Hot 100 this week behind Adele to make him the 20th solo male to double up in the top 5 spots of the Hot 100 according to Billboard. Of course, his previous Purpose track "What Do You Mean" debuted earlier this year at the No. 1 spot. Look for Purpose to drop next week on Nov. 13 and read Bieber's Oct/Nov COMPLEX cover story "The Deep End.