After being caught in an attempt to buy cocaine last month, Scott Evans pleaded guilty to one count of controlled possession earlier today.
The younger brother of "Avengers" actor Chris Evans, Scott Evans was arrested in Los Angeles on Dec. 3 for attempting to purchase cocaine from an undercover cop. He was booked and charged with a felony before being released on $10,000 bail.
According to TMZ, Evans originally pled not guilty, but later changed his plea in exchange for no jail time.
Instead, the 29-year-old actor agreed to attend 60 Narcotics Anonymous meetings and must stay out of trouble for the next six months. If so, then the judge will throw out the case.
Evans is most well-known for his role from 2008-2010 as Officer Oliver Fish in "One Life to Live." He will also be appearing in the upcoming film, "Behaving Badly," which stars Selena Gomez and Dylan McDermott.
Evans is due to return to court on July 15 for probation and sentencing. According to his lawyer, Shepard Kopp, he has already begun attending classes.