Azealia Banks appeared in court on Tuesday (April 3) and pled guilty to disorderly conduct for biting a club bouncer’s breasts during a 2015 incident.
Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Angela Badamo dismissed her misdemeanor assault conviction after Banks completed an anger management program.
“It looks like she satisfied the requirements for the misdemeanor charge to be withdrawn,” Badamo explained, as per the New York Daily News.
Banks “smiled and cheered silently,” according to the report. She also didn’t provide comment afterward but she wrote “over it” on social media.
This has been a years-long journey. In 2015, the controversial star reportedly bit a female security guard’s breast after being booted from the Up & Down club in New York. Last year, she agreed to this plea deal.
Azealia Banks is pushing forward. She is set to debut her new single “Anna Wintour” on Thursday (April 5), while Fantasea II: The Second Wave is due later this year. She claims it will be the “album of the year.”