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Kennedy Curse Reversed! Conor Gets Sweet Plea Deal After Aspen Arrest

Conor Kennedy is off the hook! The Camelot heir lucked out in an Aspen court after his drunken arrest for disorderly conduct, getting slapped with a $500 fine and six months of unsupervised probation, has exclusively learned.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s son's attorney appeared on his behalf and pleaded guilty for him in the Colorado court on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

The Aspen Clerk of the Court, Reed Patterson, told that Kennedy received a "deferred judgment" of six months, during which time he is not allowed to consume alcohol or other controlled substances.

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Along with the $500 fine the Kennedy family heir must pay $35 in court fees.

Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend must also write a letter of apology to his victim.

Patterson told that "upon full compliance" of his instructions, the charges will be dismissed with prejudice.

As reported, Conor was arrested by the Aspen police after a late-night fight on December 29.

"Officer Andrew Atkinson and a man later identified as John Conor Kennedy fell into a snowbank as Atkinson tried to break up the fight," the Aspen PD told about Kennedy's wild night out at Bootsy Bellows Aspen.

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The situation escalated when officers witnessed Kennedy "throwing approximately four or five punches to the head," of another man, police said.

His dad RFK Jr. later claimed that Conor had been defending a friend from a homophobic attack.

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