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Kanye West To Render Community Service in Paparazzi Case


Kanye West To Render Community Service in Paparazzi Case

Monday, November 2 2009

Both Kanye West and his road manager Don Crawley pleaded not guilty to the scuffle they had with the paparazzi last year at Los Angeles International Airport. A Los Angeles judge ordered the two to render 50 hours of community service.



West's attorney Blair Berk was able to persuade the judge to drop the criminal charges against his client. He told reporters, "I'm very pleased that the court granted a dismissal of all the charges." He added that West will do the volunteer service with the American Red Cross.



Moreover, West also attended 12 one-hour sessions of voluntarily anger management counseling after the incident. Berk also said that his client and the photographers agreed on a civil settlement where the latter received payments.




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