A year later, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor assault charge and was given three years of probation and 40 hours of community service, according to the Los Angeles Times.
“[Hall] got into a tussle with someone else in the complex. I heard yelling out my front door and walked out to see what was going on,” Samson told PEOPLE at the time. “I told him, ‘You need to calm down.’ Within two seconds, he was in my face and said some very unpleasant things to me. He then shoved me and I fell to the ground.”
If convicted of the original charge, felony battery with great bodily injury, Hall could have faced up to seven years in prison.
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