Sir Rod Stewart and his son contain pleaded guilty to battery over an altercation with a security guard at a lodge in Florida in 2019.
The singer and son Sean contain been accused of assault after they contain been refused safe entry to to a non-public tournament on Unusual 365 days’s Eve, per a police file.
Sean, 41, allegedly shoved the protection guard and Sir Rod, 76, struck his chest “with a closed fist”, the file said.
The pair contain entered guilty pleas to a misdemeanour depend of “easy battery”.
It potential neither will flow to court, nor will they flow to prison, pay a supreme or flow on probation, Sir Rod’s attorney Guy Fronstin said.
The mediate withheld adjudication – which implies they contain no longer been formally convicted.
Mr Fronstin said: “No-one became injured within the incident and a jury did no longer accumulate Sir Rod Stewart guilty of the accusation.
“As a change, Sir Rod Stewart decided to enter a plea to lead clear of the misfortune and needless burden on the court and the public that a high-profile continuing would trigger.”
The altercation with the guard, Jessie Dixon, took place at the lush Breakers Palm Seaside Hotel.
Mr Dixon suggested officers that he had asked Sean Stewart to help away after the rock star’s son got “nose to nose” with him.
In step with court paperwork, Sean Stewart pushed Mr Dixon, before Sir Rod stepped in the direction of the protection guard and threw a punch, hitting him within the left ribcage.
Sir Rod suggested police that after the household contain been denied safe entry to, Mr Dixon grew to change into argumentative with them, causing his household to change into “agitated”, per the court file.
Sir Rod apologised for his characteristic within the incident, the appealing officer’s file said.