Travis Scott is ready to put the case against him to rest.
The 25-year-old rapper, who just welcomed his first child, Stormi Webster, with Kylie Jenner, has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a case stemming from an Arkansas concert in May 2017.
Jon Nelson, a spokesperson for Travis Scott’s legal team confirms to ET the singer's plea, adding, “They [Arkansas Court] dismissed the two serious charges, so the inciting a riot and the endangering the welfare of a minor were both dismissed and he agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct which was the lowest level crime in Arkansas."
"He paid fines and court costs and he then agreed to pay restitution as part of this," Nelson adds. "There were two people who claimed injuries at the concert.”
Scott was arrested last year after his show at the Walmart Amphitheater in Rogers, Arkansas, where he allegedly got rowdy and led audience members to rush the stage.
Nelson says "the total number of fines and cost came out to be $640 and the total restitution that was paid to the two victims was a little over $6,700," adding that Scott didn't have to show up to court and everything was paid in full.
While the case is closed, in the coming months, the artist's legal team plans to have it expunged from his record.
Meanwhile, Scott can turn his focus to his new baby girl with Jenner!
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