Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Spicoli Sentenced to Anger Management

That's about the worst of it for this piece of garbage after beating up on a photographer. Being one of the beautiful people he doesn't even have to show up in court, pleads no contest, and gets 300 hours community service waived because he's in Haiti or something.

Our only hope? Maybe TMZ or some such celebrity stalkers can plant someone in his anger management class and get him to snap.
Sean Penn pleaded no contest to vandalism on Wednesday, effectively ending a case in which the Oscar-winning actor was videotaped kicking a celebrity photographer.

Penn was not present in court and entered the plea through his attorney. He was sentenced to three years of informal probation and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service, said city attorney's spokesman Frank Mateljan.

Mateljan says those hours can be completed through Penn's earthquake-relief efforts in Haiti.

He was also ordered to undergo 36 hours of anger management counseling.

Penn was charged in February with misdemeanor battery and vandalism for the October dustup.

"Prolonging this matter in the court system would not have been in Mr. Penn's best interests and would have distracted from his charitable commitments, specifically his work in Haiti," Penn's attorney Richard Hirsch said. "Accordingly he has decided to accept the terms and move on."
Yeah, it would probably prevent him from his charitable work, like hanging out with that scum-sucking dictator Hugo Chavez.

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