Justin Bieber began paying his dues for his vandalism conviction in the egging case, by meeting with his probation officer ... TMZ has learned.
Bieber and his lawyer, Shawn Holley, showed up at the Probation Dept. at the Santa Monica Courthouse Friday afternoon. They spent an hour with the probation officer.
Sources say they discussed the requirements of his probation, which include NOT breaking any laws and completing his anger management and community service on time.
Bieber pled no contest to misdemeanor vandalism and was ordered to attend 12 anger management classes, complete 5 days of community service and pay $80K for the damage he caused.