A member of the rap group N.W.A pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor battery in connection with an assault on a Fox TV rap show host in a Hollywood nightclub.
Andre Young Jr., 26, whose stage name is Dr. Dre, entered his plea before Los Angeles Municipal Judge Frederick Wapner, a city attorney's spokesman said.
Wapner fined Young $2,513 and sentenced him to 240 hours of community service and 24 months probation. He also ordered Young to pay $1,000 to the California Victims Restitution Fund, spokesman Ted Goldstein said.
In addition, Young was ordered to produce an anti-violence public service TV announcement.
Young was accused of assaulting Dee Barnes, 23, host of the Fox TV rap show "Pump It Up," during a private party on Jan. 27.