(NEW YORK) -- A former JetBlue flight attendant, responsible for creating a well-publicized onboard tantrum, pleaded guilty to attempted criminal mischief in the second and fourth degree at a New York court Tuesday.
With his plea, Steven Slater reached a deal prosecutors avoiding any jail time. Instead, Slater has agreed to receive mental health treatment and pay a restitution of $10,000.
The plea deal spares Slater from serving a sentence of one to three years.
The full story of what happened Aug. 9 has still not been told. According to reports, Slater allegedly cursed at a passenger, grabbed a beer, and exited a plane by deploying the emergency exit chute.
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