‘Bruno Mars’ Landed Plea Deal, Avoiding Drug Charge Conviction!

American singer-songwriter and record producer, Bruno Mars will avoid a conviction for a drug charge with a plea deal. The Honolulu raised star, will have the charge dismissed against him, if in fact he is not arrested in the next twelve months, but in exchange he would have to do two hundred hours of community service and will also have to undergo private counseling sessions.

He figured out a plea deal along with Las Vegas prosecutors last September. The “Grenade” hitmaker, real name Peter Hernandez, who had been facing this charge after it had been reported by a bathroom attendant at the Hard Rock Hotel that he allegedly caught him with a bag of white powder, which indeed did test positive for cocaine, was due to appear in a Sin City court to answer the count on February 4, but he has now dodged having the incident listed on his criminal record, according to TMZ.com.

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