Sex tape star Ray J was sentenced by Judge Edward Moreton in Los Angeles stemming from the 10 misdemeanor crimes, including a battery charge, four counts of resisting arrest, three counts of assault and battery and two counts of vandalism.
Norwood was slapped with three years of probation and 50 hours of community service. The new “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” cast member has been mandated by Moreton to attend alcohol therapy and anger management classes, and ordered to keep his distance from the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel where the crimes occurred.
The “I Hit it First” rapper had pleaded not guilty on Aug. 19 to additional charges, including sexual battery, vandalism, battery on a police officer and resisting a peace officer, all which were misdemeanor charges.
This all stemmed from the May 30 episode in Beverly Hills, Calif., where Norwood was acussed of fondling a woman’s breast at the hotel bar. When the Beverly Hills cops arrived on the scene, Ray J was belligerent with the police and eventually reportedly kicked out a window in the police vehicle and spat on an officer.