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Andy Dick sentenced to 90 days in jail, will register as a sex offender


Disgraced comedian Andy Dick was sentenced to 90 days behind bars after being convicted of sexual battery.

The 56-year-old appeared in a Los Angeles court on Thursday where a judge ordered him to register as a sex offender, according to The Blast.

The conviction stems from April 2018 when an Uber driver told the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department that Dick groped him.

The comedian will check himself into the Los Angeles County Jail starting November 17.

He was also ordered to complete 52 Alcoholics Anonymous sessions, 52 sexual compulsion anonymous sessions, 12 mental health counseling sessions, and pay restitution to the victim.

Once released from prison, Dick will spend 12 months on “summary probation” where he will be closely monitored.w

It comes as the troubled comic was arrested in October for theft-related charges in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Andy Dick was also ordered to complete Alcoholics Anonymous sessions, sexual compulsion anonymous sessions, and mental health counseling sessions.
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Dick was charged with first-degree residential burglary after allegedly stealing power tools, to which he pleaded not guilty.

Dick’s legal troubles go way back. The “In the Army Now” actor was last arrested in May during a livestream for felony sexual battery after a man who went by “JJ” accused Dick of molesting him in his sleep.

The “Andy Dick Show” alum was released from jail days later after paying 10 percent of his $25,000 bail.

In 2018, Dick pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor sexual battery after allegedly groping a woman’s buttocks.

He was also arrested for allegedly hitting his boyfriend with a liquor bottle in November 2021.

Dick’s ex-fiancée Elisa Jordana dumped him in July 2021 after he was arrested months prior following an arrest for assault with a deadly weapon.



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