Rick Ross has struck a plea deal in his 2015 assault and kidnapping case, according to TMZ.
On Tuesday, April 4, the rapper was in court in Fayette County, Georgia for charges that included aggravated assault, kidnapping, and aggravated battery.
The charges stem from Rick Ross allegedly forcing his groundskeeper into his guesthouse striking him with a pistol.
The rapper reportedly pleaded no contest to one count of aggravated assault, while his other felony charges were dropped.
Last month, Ross claimed he was acting in self-defense.
The court ordered the rapper to pay a $10,000 fine, and once he does that, the conviction will be erased from his record.
He reportedly is being charged as a first-time felony offender, meaning once he pays his fine, this conviction will be erased from his record.
Ross pleaded no contest to five misdemeanors, including assault, battery, two counts of pointing a pistol at someone, and possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana.
For these misdemeanors, he was given 60 months’ probation.
His travel will reportedly not be restricted under the plea deal.
Efforts to get a comment from representatives for Ross prove futile.