‘Empire’ actor Bryshere Gray has pled guilty to felony aggravated assault and will serve 10 days in county jail and 3 years probation.
According to multiple sources, the actor has been sentenced to jail in a domestic violence case. Additionally, Gray is said to have been ordered to pay restitution and enrol in a domestic violence offender treatment program. Other related charges, according to court records viewed by Complex, were dismissed.
In July 2020, a regional ABC outlet reported that Gray had been arrested in Goodyear, Arizona, in connection with a domestic violence incident.
At the time, Gray was eventually “arrested and booked into the Maricopa County Jail on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct charges.” Now, Gray has officially been sentenced to jail in the domestic violence case.
Per a recent report from TMZ, Gray has officially been sentenced to jail in the domestic violence case, a little under a year after the initial reports. TMZ reportedly obtained legal documents detailing that Gray, “pled guilty to felony aggravated assault and, as part of his plea agreement, he’s been sentenced to 10 days in county jail and 3 years probation.” The former Empire star has been ordered to pay restitution and is reportedly will have to enroll in a domestic violence offender treatment program.