Full House star John Stamos won’t be spending any time in the big house for his June DUI arrest.
The 52-year-old actor’s attorney entered a plea of no contest on his behalf for his misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence on Tuesday. Under the plea deal, Stamos will not face jail time or community service, and instead will pay a $390 fine and serve 36 months of probation.
The Grandfathered star, who was arrested in Beverly Hills, California on June 12 after police received numerous calls reporting a possible DUI driver, will also be required to complete a two-hour drug and alcohol counseling session, attend a DMV class and 52 AA meetings as part of his plea deal.
In July, Stamos checked into rehab for substance abuse and later opened up about the incident in an interview with Details magazine.
“I’ve had a rough year with my mom dying, so it all came to a head, and it was a turning point,” he said.
After his rehab stint, Stamos tweeted his thanks to fans for their support, announcing that he was ready to get back to work on his TV projects, including the upcoming Netflix revival, Fuller House.
"I'm back!" he wrote. "Took a month to take care of things. Healthy. Feeling grateful for the love & support of family & friends."
I’m back! Took a month to take care of things. Healthy. Feeling grateful for the love & support of family & friends. pic.twitter.com/enQ5D99nRG— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) July 24, 2015
Stamos will be required to complete his court-mandated counseling by May 24, 2016. Proof of his AA sessions will be due on Nov. 28, 2016.
--Reporting by Brendon Geoffrion