And Norman got time served for his misdemeanor battery charges.
It was unclear Thursday whether the sentences would run concurrently.
“I feel as though the outcome was fair according to what we discussed with respects to Mr. Norman and everyone involved,” his lawyer, Durante Partridge, told BOSSIP. “I think the court in this situation, did the right thing.”
Norman and his victim, later identified as Marrika Maria, apparently have put the assault behind them, marrying six months ago in a low-key ceremony, according to Rolling Out Magazine.
Norman reportedly told guests at the wedding that he was a changed man and had stopped drinking and taking drugs, but Partridge, his attorney, wouldn’t comment on whether he’d gone to rehab.
“Kyle is okay,” the lawyer said. “He’s taking steps necessary to do what he needs to do for himself.”