Mark McLeod, the 53-year-old who turned up to the Georgia set of Cyrus' Last Song over the summer claiming secret messages on his TV led him to believe he was engaged to the 16-year-old, struck a deal this morning.
As expected, in exchange for a guilty plea for misdemeanor obstruction of police and disorderly conduct, McLeod was sentenced to 24 months' probation (minus three months for time already served), was told to refrain from using a computer for two years (good luck enforcing that one), was banished from Chatham County, will undergo a mental health evaluation, and was ordered to steer clear of Cyrus and her family. In turn, the most serious charge of stalking was dismissed.
Chatham County State Court Chief Judge Gregory Fowler also told McLeod to report for his mental health assessment next Thursday; if follow-up treatment is deemed necessary, that too will become a required term of his probation.
Now if only the judge could do something about that cat-eating crazy, Miley'd be all set.
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