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Tone-Loc Pleads Guilty to Gun and Domestic Violence Charges

Rapper sentenced to probation, anger management counseling

October 4, 2011 4:40 PM ET
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Tone Loc at Studio 54 Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Tone-Loc has pleaded no contest to possessing an assault weapon and domestic violence charges stemming from an arrest earlier this year. The rapper entered his plea yesterday at a courthouse in Burbank, California.

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Superior Court Judge Patrick Hegarty sentenced the rapper to one day in county jail, three years of probation, 30 days of community service and a full year of anger management counseling.

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