Pop star pled Justin Bieber has pleaded guilty to assault and careless driving charges in connection with a collision and altercation with a photographer near his Canadian hometown, his lawyer confirmed to Reuters and The Canadian Press on Thursday. Bieber, 21, will only have to pay a $750 fine for careless driving, and though he was found guilty of assault, he will not face any conviction. An additional charge of dangerous driving was dismissed as part of a plea deal. The case stems from November 2014, when Bieber was visiting Stratford, Ontario with then-girlfriend, Selena Gomez. Paparazzi began to chase the couple, and Bieber’s ATV crashed into a photographer’s minivan. Police said Bieber then “engaged in a physical altercation” with the paparazzo.