Catching a break!
G-Eazy avoided jail time by striking a plea deal following a bloody brawl in New York City during the summer.
The California native must complete three Manhattan Justice Opportunities sessions, which reportedly are an “alternative to incarceration” involving “meetings with social workers and case managers designed to put people back on a positive path.”
The “No Limit” crooner is scheduled to return to court in January to make sure “he's complying with his sentence.”
OK! previously reported, G-Eazy was listed as a suspect by the NYPD after an alleged fight took place between his entourage and socialite Daniel Chetrit. An argument erupted after a partygoer asked the “Him & I” rapper and his crew to move to another section in the club inside the Boom Boom Room.
“They are two super-interconnected groups. They’re all friends, and something set someone off, and G-Eazy’s crew ended up bottling one of Zack Bia’s friends [Daniel],” a source spilled regarding the incident. “Zack had nothing to do with it. He was just there. One of G-Eazy’s friends smashed a bottle over Daniel’s head."
The musician allegedly "punched one man in the head," and then other people in his group "hit another man in the head with a bottle," reported Radar. The fight then continued outside where an alleged victim, presumably Chetrit, was hit in the head with a bottle once again and was rushed to the hospital for further examination.
Two days later, G-Eazy was nabbed by the NYPD and charged with misdemeanor assault.