Saturday, January 29, 2011

Bruno Mars Avoids Jail

All goes well for Bruno Mars. Not content with having been nominated seven times in the next Grammy Awards, the musical revelation in 2010 managed to get by his judicial problems. Arrested last September for possession of cocaine after an employee of the Hard Rock Café in Las Vegas was terminated, the Hawaiian singer 25 years faced a sentence of four years in prison and fined $ 5,000.

But Bruno Mars yesterday reached a settlement agreement with the prosecutor, says the celebrity website TMZ. Under the agreement, the singer will not be prosecuted, and no trace of the incident will not appear on his criminal record, provided he committed no other crime, however minor it during the next twelve months.

The prosecution will be formally discontinued at the end of this period. In return, Bruno Mars will perform 200 hours of community service. After drilling into the music as a producer and composer, including writing some songs for Sugababes, Justin Bieber or Cee-Lo Green, Bruno Mars released his first album in fall 2010.

Doo-Wops Title & Hooligans, the album has an impressive surge in the charts around the world, mainly thanks to headlines Just The Way You Are and Granada.

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