G-Eazy Pleads Guilty To Assault, Drug Possession Following Arrest In Sweden

G-Eazy is no longer in police custody following his recent arrest in Sweden.

On Friday, May 4, 2018, the "Him & I" rapper, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, pleaded guilty after being charged with violent resistance, crime of violence against an official, and illegal drug possession earlier this week, E! News reports.

"I can confirm there was a trial in Stockholm District Court this afternoon," a Swedish Prosecution Authority communications officer told the website. Meanwhile, prosecutor Carl Mellberg explained that G-Eazy was cooperative throughout the trial, having admitted to the drug possession and to assaulting a security guard.

After standing trial, the 28-year-old musician received a probationary sentence. In addition to his $10,000 fine, he will have to pay roughly $900 in restitution to the bouncer he assaulted. However, the rapper did not have to post bail, since it's not a requirement in Sweden, TMZ reports. As G-Eazy will not face any jail time, the case is considered closed.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Swedish police detained G-Eazy early Thursday morning, May 3, following his concert in Stockholm on Wednesday night. While partying at a club called Solidaritet with girlfriend Halsey and Sean Kingston, he allegedly lunged at a fan who had attempted to photograph him in the club's VIP area.

According to TMZ's original report, when security guards attempted to get him to calm down, he allegedly became "belligerent" and "started throwing punches, striking one guard in the face" multiple times. As The Blast reported, it was during his arrest that he was caught with about 1.5 ounces of cocaine on his person, as well as a rolled-up $100 bill.