MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Pop star Justin Bieber may be facing anger management classes as part of a plea deal seven months after he was arrested in South Beach for driving under the influence.

According to our news partners the Miami Herald, the case is expected to conclude at a hearing Wednesday with the plea deal.

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Bieber is not expected to show up to the hearing in Miami.

The state is expected to drop the DUI charge if his lawyers accept a guilty plea for careless driving and resisting an officer without violence, according to sources for the paper.

Part of the plea deal includes him attending a 12-hour private anger management course.

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He will also have to watch online videos that depict stories of real-life DUI cases.

Along with the classes and videos, Bieber will also pay court fines and a charitable donation of  $50,000.

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