Canadian pop star Justin, 20, was slapped the mega bill after he pleaded guilty to charges of misdemeanor vandalism in the US.
According to reports, the judge initially fined Justin $20,000 (£15,000) but instead raised it to $80,900 (£47,000) as it was a "dream home". Justin was also ordered to carry out five days work within the community.
Police were first called to Justin's Los Angeles home in January after reports that he had thrown eggs at his neighbour's house.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said at the time that he understood the public might think an investigation into alleged egg throwing was somewhat trivial, but pointed out the neighbour's property had suffered significant damage.
Any damage above $400 can be considered a possible felony. In this case, it's thought the cost of damage was high because of the imported materials used in the construction of the neighbour's home.
Justin was not present at the court hearing, which took place at the Superior Court in Van Nuys in California.
It has since been reported by TMZ that Justin agreed to a plea deal, which would see him escape jail and instead attend anger management classes.
Justin's rep told Mail Online: "Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him. He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music."
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