It was widely reported last week that Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was covered in white powder after an incident outside the Jimmy Kimmel Live TV studio. The Maroon 5 singer was covered from head to toe with the substance, later found to be powdered sugar, while signing autographs outside the L.A. studio. Levine was visibly shaken by the incident and it was later claimed that he feared the substance could have been "Anthrax" or something equally deadly.
NME is reporting that the man who attacked the Maroon 5 star has now appeared in court and has been sentenced. The Daily Mail reported that Levine's attacker, Navid Farsi, agreed to plead "no contest" to one count of Battery in exchange for a similar charge being dropped. The second charge is believed to relate to the same incident when one of Levine's security team was also covered in fallout from the "sugar-bomb."