Justin Bieber Graffiti Drama Ends With $6,000 Donation

07-10-2017
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) Justin Bieber's Brazilian legal drama has come to a close. The 'Sorry" singer made a $6,000 donation to a cancer hospital to settle charges related to a 2013 graffiti incident.

Four years ago, Bieber was photographed 'tagging" an abandoned hotel. Bieber obtained permission to spray paint a nearby sports facility--but opted to tag the Hotel Nacional for 'security reasons," reports the BBC.

The charges ('defacing a building or urban monument by graffiti or other means" ) were punishable by one year in jail or a fine. On the same trip, Bieber was accused of trashing his hotel room, visiting a brothel and swearing at photographers. Read more here.

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