Jeremy London has been ordered to complete 20 anger management classes after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of getting into a fight with his estranged wife.
The Party of Five star had originally been charged with spousal battery but that was knocked down and a pending trial averted with the deal reclassifying the argument London and his wife Melissa had last November over their five-year-old son in Palm Springs.
London won't be sentenced until December 11, and must complete the anger management sessions before that, ordered Riverside Superior Court Judge Richard A. Erwood.
In a statement to RadarOnline.com, the actor's attorney Catherine Lombardo said, "Both parties have reached a resolution to the case and Mr. London has plead Guilty to PC415(1) -- commonly referred to as 'Disturbing the Peace' and is cleared of false spousal abuse allegations. We are delighted that the Courts recognize Mr. London's innocence and will no longer pursue a trial regarding this matter."
Added his rep Dominic Friesen, Jeremy is "a protective and devoted father."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, London was the subject of a bizarre kidnapping case in 2010. He later went on to appear on Celebrity Rehab.