Singer Bobby Brown’s attorney pleaded no contest on Brown’s behalf Wednesday to a misdemeanor DUI charge from his arrest last month.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Brown was sentenced to three years’ probation and a day in Los Angeles County jail, but already gets credit for time served. Brown was also fined $390 and was ordered to attend a 90-day alcohol education program.
Brown was arrested the afternoon of March 26 after he was pulled over by California Highway Patrol for talking on his cellphone. Authorities said Brown later failed a field sobriety test, leading to his arrest.
Brown’s arrest occurred just four days after e-wife Whitney Houston’s autopsy results were released. Houston died tragically on Feb. 11 of accidental drowning. She was also suffering from the effects of heart disease, which were exacerbated by ongoing cocaine use.
In other brown news, Brown met up with his daughter with Houston, Bobbi Kristina, 19, in New York Tuesday for some quality time.
Us Weekly reports, a witness revealed that the father and daughter had lunch together in Times Square.
According to the witness, Bobbi Kristina “was on her phone and texting a crazy amount. She didn’t seem too thrilled to be there, in all honesty.”