Bobby Brown has been sentenced to 55 days in jail over his third DUI charge,US Weekly reports
Bobby Brown was arrested in October after cops pulled the singer over for driving erratically, and smelled alcohol in his ride.
The New Edition singer was charged with his third DUI and driving on a suspended license. Brown’s license had been suspended and he was already on probation as a result of an earlier DUI conviction in 2012. He was also convicted of DUI in 1996.
When Brown appeared before the judge on Tuesday , he entered a plea of no contest. The judge could have sentenced him to up to two years in jail but instead, Brown was sentenced to 55 days in jail and four-years of probation.
The judge also ordered him to pay a $500 fine plus penalty assessment and to complete an 18-month alcohol program.
While Brown was not remanded into custody on Tuesday, he only has until Mar. 20 to get is affairs in order and turn himself in to the jail. In the meantime, the judge ordered that he attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week.