Better than a stint behind bars, right?
The athlete reached a plea deal, on Monday, agreeing to plead “no contest” in the charge and agreed to take the 3 year probation sentence.
Odom was arrested on August 30 on a California highway when he was pulled over for reckless driving. He was then given a field sobriety test where it was determined he was under the influence of a controlled substance.
In addition to Odom’s plea deal, he will be required to complete an alcohol education class by June 9th and pay $1,814 in fines and fees.
Odom’s driver’s license has also been suspended for one year after his refusal to submit a blood alcohol test at the time of his arrest.
(Photo: Lamar Odom/Instagram)