Kimberly Mathers, estranged wife of rapper Eminem, was sentenced to 11 months probation and fined $50 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in the 37th District Court in Warren, Michigan on Tuesday.
Mathers was also ordered to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous orientation meeting on Wednesday night and to stay away from using drugs or drinking as part of her probation, according to a spokesperson for the Macomb County Prosecutor's office.
Kimberly Mathers was arrested during a June 4 incident at a Warren bar and nightclub in which Eminem (real name Marshall Mathers III) allegedly assaulted a man that the rapper had witnessed kissing his wife.
When police arrived on the scene, Kimberly Mathers verbally assaulted the officers as they took Eminem into custody. She was arrested for interfering with authorities and was originally charged with disturbing the peace (see "Eminem To Face Weapons, Assault Charges").
Eminem has since filed for divorce from Mathers, who sought $10 million from the rapper and sole custody of their daughter. Her suit was settled for an undisclosed amount in August, with Kimberly Mathers receiving physical custody of the child and the couple sharing legal custody (see "Eminem Settles With Wife As Hollywood Calls"). The "Detroit Free Press" reported that the couple is still sharing a home in Clinton Township, Michigan, but have not reconciled.
The rapper's publicist at Interscope Records had no comment on Mathers' plea, as Eminem is currently on the road with Limp Bizkit, Xzibit and Papa Roach as part of the Anger Management Tour, which is scheduled to resume Thursday night in Toronto (see "Durst Injures Vocal Cords; 'Anger Management' Date Rescheduled").