D’Angelo has entered a plea of guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from his March 2010 arrest in New York City for soliciting a cop who was undercover as a prostitute.

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D’Angelo, born Michael Eugene Archer, appeared in a Manhattan court room today to enter the plea to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct.

Prosecutors say that D’Angelo’s offense was a violation and not a crime and that the star satisfied their conditions. No details about the deal they worked out have been released though.

If the prosecutors were smart, they would’ve included a stipulation that demanded an album from the reclusive R&B singer who last released an album in 2000.


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