Jack White Pleads Guilty To Assault
White Stripes lead singer Jack White went
to court on Tuesday and entered a plea of guilty to assault and battery
charges that stem from a fight White had with Von Bondies lead singer Jason
Stollsteimer. White entered the plea as part of a plea bargain. Instead
of the possible year in jail, as part of the deal White was sentenced to
pay a $500 fine, pay court costs and to attend an anger management course.
He was also ordered to stay away from Stollsteimer.
White and Stollsteimer were both attending
a concert at the Majestic Theater Center in Detroit on December 13th, when
shortly before midnight they got into a fight.
Stollsteimer told police that White attacked
him, punching him seven times in the face. White gave a statement saying
he was acting in self defense.
Jason Stollsteimer After the fight.
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