K-Ci To Serve Probation, Pay $945 Fine For 'Jingle Ball' Incident

Singer was charged with lewd conduct for allegedly exposing himself.

Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey will serve two years of probation and pay $945 in fines for an incident at last year's KIIS-FM Jingle Ball that led to him being charged with lewd conduct.

Hailey, who pleaded no contest to the charges in May, was sentenced in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday. He's due back in court on July 20 to pay his fine, according to a spokesperson for the court.

On December 16, about 150 people fled the Jingle Ball at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and told officers that the singer had "grabbed himself at different stages of erection," according to official records (see "Police Hunt K-Ci For Allegedly Exposing Himself Onstage").

About 4,000 people, including hundreds of children, were at the show, which also featured Christina Aguilera and 98°.