The 20-year-old son of state Sen. John Seymour (R-Anaheim) pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of disturbing the peace, which stemmed from his arrest last month at a Hollywood hotel.
After entering his plea, Jeffrey Seymour was ordered by Hollywood Municipal Judge Sandy Kriegler to spend five days in Los Angeles County Jail or pay a $150 fine, and he was placed on two years' summary probation.
Seymour received an extension until Dec. 14 to pay the fine. Also, he is scheduled to appear at a Dec. 23 hearing to see if he owes any restitution connected with the incident.
He was booked on a misdemeanor battery charge after a security guard at the Hollywood Holiday Inn made a citizen's arrest on Oct. 26. Police said the guard reported that he was checking on complaints by hotel guests at about 1 a.m., when he told Seymour and a friend, Sean Morphew, 22, that they were being too loud and asked them to leave.