LSU RB Jeremy Hill pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor simple battery charge, according to WBRZ's Mike Shingleton.
The plea came during Hill's arraignment stemming from an April incident outside a Tigerland bar. Hill will receive two years unsupervised probation and must pay $375 to cover the victim's medical bills.
Hill must also write a letter of apology and perform 50 hours of community service. A curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. imposed earlier this spring is still in effect. Hill may not comment to the press or use social media.
Hill must also attend anger management classes and provide weekly updates to the judge.
LSU has not yet made a comment on his future with the team. Hill was suspended indefinitely following the altercation, and LSU coach Les Miles said he would let the legal process play out before making a final decision.
It was also reported earlier this week that an assistant district attorney for East Baton Rouge Parish would seek to have Hill's probation from a separate misdemeanor charge revoked. That process is still ongoing.
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Hill pleads guilty
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