This morning, a Washington, D.C. judge found Phillip Aubrey guilty on both counts (assault, attempted possession of a prohibited weapon) stemming from his domestic violence arrest last July.
While both charges carried 180-day jail terms, the judge waived confinement and sentenced Aubrey to two years probation, which includes drug and alcohol testing, anger management classes, and, of course, no contact with ex-boyfriend Spencer Reed. He’ll also pay $100 in fines.
Aubrey has maintained his innocence since his arrest, and spoken extensively about the abuse he claims to have suffered while dating Reed. This morning, Aubrey told his Twitter followers that he was filing an appeal “right now,” but then moments later tweeted that he was in fact “guilty of cutting him yes,” so, uhh, good luck with the appeal?