Seacrest charges out? For the most part.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John Fisher ordered the 25-year-old former Army reservist to undergo a 90-day psychiatric evaluation in prison. After completing the assessment, Uzomah is due back in court for formal sentencing June 14.
As it is, the no contest plea spares Uzomah from facing two additional misdemeanor counts of attempted disobeying a court order as a result of his obsessive, restraining-order-ignoring behavior last fall. The additional charges will be formally dismissed at his sentencing. He now faces a maximum of two years in state prison.
Ryan Seacrest has a million jobs. Being victimized is clearly not one of them.