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Travis Scott Makes Guilty Plea To Disorderly Conduct Charge

02-08-2018
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Travis Scott

(Radio.com) Travis Scott (real name Jacques Webster) has pled guilty to a charge disorderly conduct. The charge stems from an incident last year at a concert in northwestern Arkansas, in which Scott allegedly "encouraged people to rush the stage" while he was performing, reports The Northwest Arkansas Decomcrat-Gazette.

In exchange for pleading guilty to disorderly conduct, misdemeanor charges of inciting a riot and endangering the welfare of a minor were dismissed in the agreement.

Scott had to pay $640 for court-related costs and $6,825, split between two people who claimed they were injured at the show, reported the paper. Read more here.

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