Sean Penn Cops A Plea - Placed On Probation

May 12 2010, Published 2:25 p.m. ET

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Sean Penn's attorney formally pled no contest Wednesday morning to a charge of misdemeanor vandalism and the battery charge was dismissed, Frank Mateljian, spokesperson for the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office tells

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The charges stem from an incident between Penn and a photographer last October. Sean Penn wasn't present at the LAX Airport Courthouse this morning.

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As part of the plea, Penn was placed on three years probation, and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service and 36 hours of anger management. There is a restitution hearing set for July 8th for the photographer’s medical bills and other incurred expenses because of the run-in.



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