Singer Bobby Brown will be missing in action for 55 days. The singer has been sentenced to 55 days in jail for charges stemming from convictions from driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license, according to a Feb.26 E! News report.
The singer was not present in court, but he was represented at the sentencing hearing by his attorney Tiffany Feder. Los Angeles City Attorney Spokesperson Frank Mateljan confirmed Brown’s sentencing to E! News.
In addition to the 55 days, Brown was also given other punishment, including a total of 84 months of summary probation. He was also ordered to pay a total of $800 in fines plus penalty assessments. The singer is also mandated to complete an 18-month alcohol program and install an ignition interlock device, as well as attend three A.A. classes per week as a condition to his surrender terms.
According to Reuters, Brown pleaded no contest to driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license in October in a Los Angeles suburb. He is scheduled to report to jail on Mar. 20.
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