YouTube star Jake Paul pleads guilty to disorderly conduct after fight at Grand Canyon

YouTube star Jake Paul has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after his involvement in a fight at the Grand Canyon last summer.

Paul will also be on probation for five years and pay $12,500 in restitution for the incident, according to court documents. He initially faced six criminal charges for allegedly attacking videographer Shane Duran after Duran said something about Pauls sister, Emma.

Pauls plea deal also requires him to take an anger management course and perform 100 hours of community service. The 23yearold social media star was previously ordered to appear in court after missing a deadline to submit a plea.

Paul was in South Korea shooting a film when he was originally scheduled to appear in court. He was initially charged with two misdemeanors and four infractions, but federal prosecutors dropped their charges against him last month.

Duran, who was also indicted on federal charges, will be sentenced next month. Durans family has hired experts who they hope will find new evidence in the 28yearolds death last February, which they believe was a result of faulty equipment at the Missoula County Sheriffs Office.

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