Justin Bieber is not on formal probation after impressing officials regarding his behaviour following his 2014 arrest for vandalism.

The What Do You Mean? star was busted after allegedly pelting his former neighbour’s Calabasas, California property with eggs in January 2014. He pleaded no contest for the misdemeanour that July (14) and was subsequently put on probation. He seemed to be ordered to offer five days of manual labour, enrol within an anger management course, and pay restitution on the alleged victim, Jeff Schwartz. Check Sorry sheet music here.

He completed his counselling classes in May (15) and was granted a part for his community service in August (15) after an ankle injury previously delayed his efforts.

Despite the setback, his probation officer heaped praise on his work on a progress hearing on 13 October (15), and so on Monday (02Nov15), after completing the labour sentence, he was officially taken from formal probation.

According to TMZ.com, Justin received another glowing report through the probation representative, who had been impressed while using 21 year old’s changed attitude. He will stay on probation until pick up (16).

The singer moved outside the gated community months after his arrest, however the legal dilemma is not yet over – the first kind neighbour is suing Justin with the emotional distress reportedly attributable to his bad behaviour.

The positive probation news comes at the good time with the pop superstar, who’s going to be gearing up release a his comeback album, Purpose, in the future (13Nov15).

Justin hit headlines for his wild antics and the other run-ins with police during his break from music, but when he launched his chart comeback recording (15), he vowed to turn into a better person.

The singer admits he or she is still working on correcting his bad boy ways and the man has somehow to go.

“There’s a whole lot I need to focus on,” he told Britain’s Telegraph magazine now (begs02Nov15). “And I’m still getting days where I’m depressed and upset. But I be aware that I’m not where I used to be. So that really keeps me motivated. I’m not where I wanna be – but a minimum of I’m not where I used to be… what a cool little slogan I’ve been living by.”

Justin’s comments were published days after he stormed offstage in Norway after becoming angered by fans continually grabbing his legs. He subsequently apologised for that concert walkout on Instagram.com, blaming his behaviour on “a rough week” with “long days” and “no sleep”.