Justin Bieber to undertake anger management classes after pleading guilty to reckless driving
Justin Bieber has agreed to undertake anger management classes after pleading guilty to careless driving and resisting arrest.
The Believe singer was detained by police in Florida in January with singer Khalil Amir Sharieff after a street drag race in Miami.
It was agreed prior to the trial that prosecutors would drop a charge of driving under the influence in exchange for the guilty pleas from the singer.
As part of the anger management course, Bieber will undertake a programme which sees him meet people affected by drunk drivers, reports BBC News.
Bieber has also agreed to pay a number of court-ordered fines and to donate $50,000 to charity. He was not in court for the hearing.
Earlier this summer, Bieber was sentenced to two years of probation after pleading no contest to a charge of misdemeanour vandalism in connection with the egging of his neighbour's home. He was also told to pay $80,900 (£47,160) in damages and to serve five days worth of community service.
Bieber, who is working on the follow-up to his mutil-million selling 2012 album Believe, is also accused by prosecutors in Toronto of assaulting a limosine driver back in December. He will stand trial for that charge next month.