The 32-year-old singer Trey Songz aka Tremaine Neverson has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of disturbing the public during a Detroit concert on December 28th, 2016. On that day, Trey was performing at the fourth annual Big Show along with other huge stars like Young M.A. and Lil Yachty.
The sentence is a result of Trey’s arrest after he refused to leave the stage at the Joe Louis Arena. The organizers of the show told Trey that his time onstage was over and that he had to get off the stage. According to E! News and a spokesman for the Detroit Police Department, Trey became belligerent and irate by throwing microphones and speakers from the stage. The Detroit Police at the event tried to calm the situation down but the artist kept going. Trey was promptly arrested, charged with malicious destruction of property and obstructing arrest. The next day, he was arraigned and released on a $25,000 bond.
All charges against Trey were dismissed as part of his plea deal. Instead, he has been sentenced to 18 months of probation, must complete anger management classes, submit to a substance abuse screening and pay restitution.
Source: E! NEWS