50 Cent Gets 3 Years Probation and 30 Days Community Service in Domestic Violence Case

We told you back in July about rapper 50 Cent getting charged with a domestic violence charge with his baby mother Daphne Joy. Fif was surrounded with drama this past summer over verbally abusive texts to his son Marquise, and the domestic violence dispute case with his baby mama. 

Via: TMZ

50 Cent won’t be going to jail after allegedly kicking his baby mama and destroying a bunch of her property during a blowout fight back in June. Fif struck a plea deal to stay out of jail.

As we reported, Fiddy was charged with 5 criminal counts following the incident — 1 count of misdemeanor domestic violence, and 4 counts of misdemeanor vandalism (for allegedly causing $7,100 in damage).

He pled not guilty soon after, but the judge still ordered him to stay away from baby mama Daphne Joy — the mother of 50’s second child — and turn in all his guns.

Now, 50’s attorney tells TMZ … the rapper has worked out a deal with prosecutors to get the domestic violence charge DROPPED — agreeing to plead no contest to one count of misdemeanor vandalism instead.

50 was sentenced today to 3 years probation and 30 days of community service. He has also agreed to attend counseling sessions and pay $7,100 in restitution to Daphne.

FYI, the restraining order against 50 Cent is still in effect. It’s unclear if he’s allowed to get his guns back.