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Kanye ordered to take 24 private anger management classes

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Kanye West didn’t show up in court for the proceedings, but he was required to show up for booking at some point. According to TMZ, March 28, 2014, Kanye and his lawyer, quietly went into the Hollywood Los Angeles Police Department around 4:30 p.m. to turn himself in to authorities.

Rapper Kanye pled no contest to the misdemeanor battery charges.

Kanye found that there are consequences for his actions on March 27, when he arrived at the police station. A LAPD spokes person for the media told Radar Online that Kanye had his mug shot taken, was finger printed and then released. The entire process took 49 minutes.

Kanye was ordered to perform 250 hours community service, attend 24 private therapy classes, or sessions, for anger management. However, the hardest part of the sentencing for Kanye may be that he has to stay out of trouble for 2 years.

This incident goes back to July 19, 2013 when Kanye was at the LAX airport. A photographer snapped pictures of Kanye while asking him a few questions. Kanye flipped out and attacked him. The man’s injuries were so bad that they had to call the paramedics. After they examined him, he was rushed to the hospital for treatment.

Can Kanye stay out of trouble for that length of time? Can he resist beating the paparazzi, or teenage men or smashing cameras? The world will find out.

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