AceShowbiz - Justin Bieber has finally agreed to settle a civil lawsuit relating to his 2014 vandalism incident.
The "Sorry" hitmaker has been feuding with his former Calabasas, California neighbours Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz ever since he was accused of hurling eggs at their home in January, 2014.
He was placed on probation and ordered to pay $80,000 (£62,300) in damages after pleading no contest to vandalism charges, but the legal fight has continued to rumble on after the Schwartzes filed suit against the pop superstar in 2015, claiming they deserve further compensation for the longterm emotional pain and suffering the incident had allegedly caused.
The 24-year-old singer, who has since moved out of the neighbourhood, had previously offered the plaintiffs $25,000 (£19,500) to settle the case, but they dismissed the figure, insisting damages exceeded $1 million (£779,000).
The proceedings were repeatedly delayed as Bieber skipped a string of deposition dates, landing him a $7,500 (£5,850) court fine in July, and now it appears he has decided to pay up to officially move on from the drama.
Court papers filed on Friday, November 16 indicate the dispute has since been fully resolved, although details about the agreement have not been released, reports The Associated Press.
Representatives for Bieber have yet to comment on the news.