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Justin Bieber is taking cues from Trump in house-egging case

Justin Bieber is confident that taking a page out of Donald Trump's playbook will keep the details of his egging attack under wraps.

The pop star's lawyers have filed a motion to keep his deposition in the 2014 house-egging incident private, citing Trump's order of protection in his Trump University lawsuit, TMZ reported.

Bieber, 22, does not want the media to obtain his videotaped deposition because he believes it could become a spectacle.

And Trump felt the same way about his own legal troubles.

A judge ultimately ruled in the president-elect's favor this summer that his video deposition in his Trump University lawsuit would not be accessed by the news media.

The "Confident" singer and his legal team said it would be unfair to put his taped remarks out in the world — especially since he's already paid the couple about $80,000 for damage caused in hopes of settling the suit.

In 2014, his former Calabasas, Ca. neighbors Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz claimed the singer terrorized them by catapulting eggs at their home and allegedly spitting on them.

Bieber pleaded no contest to one count of misdemeanor vandalism in January 2014 in relation to the attack, the Daily News reported at the time.

He was placed on two years probation and paid the couple $80,900 in restitution, as well ordered to complete five days of community service and attend anger management.

Despite the hefty payout, the Schwartzes are still trying to sue the star, claiming they suffer from emotional damage.

The Biebs found the claims hard to believe and requested in July that they undergo mental evaluations to prove it.

It is unclear if the ex-neighbors ever completed any type of evaluation.

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