Bruno Mars escapes four-year prison sentence

When police arrived, they found 2.8 grams of cocaine in Bruno’s pockets.

The singer and the Clark County D.A struck a deal in which Mars plead guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Today, the singer was in court with his lawyers, Blair Berk and David Chesnoff. His charge will be removed from his record if he stays out of trouble for the next 12 months.

He is also obliged to pay a 2,000 dollars fine, follow a period of one year of probation, do 200 hours of of community service and get help for his addiction problems.