Rapper G-Eazy pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct following a fight at the Boom Boom Room during Fashion Week in September.
He’s also been ordered to complete three sessions on Manhattan Justice Opportunities, TMZ reports. (The program, created last year, is described by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office as an “alternative sentencing for misdemeanors and certain crimes.”)
According to the Center for Court Innovation, “Our social workers and case managers strive to make each case an opportunity to positively change the direction of a person’s life, by connecting participants with social services. to address underlying issues that often fuel engagement with the justice system. . “
G-Eazy was initially charged with minor assault after being arrested following the Boom Boom Room brawl that left one person in stitches.
Page Six exclusively reported that the rapper’s “No Limit” team clashed with another group at the upscale club at the Standard Hotel. Sources tell us that “something triggered someone” and that during the chaos, a member of the G-Eazy team hit socialite Daniel Chetrit on the head with a bottle.
Chetrit, whose famous friends include Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, is the son of real estate developer Joseph Chetrit.
Police told Page Six at the time that G-Eazy was “charged with assault after a 29-year-old man and a 32-year-old man said they were beaten by the accused”.
It was not clear if Chetrit was among the people G-Eazy allegedly assaulted.
G-Eazy was also arrested in Stockholm in 2018 for assault after hitting a security guard. He was also found with cocaine. He paid a fine of $ 9,000 and restitution to the victim.