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    D'Angelo Gets Disorderly in Hooker Case

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    D'Angelo has made his  hooker case go the way of his career...bye-bye.

    The former R&B hitmaker pleaded guilty today in New York to disorderly conduct stemming from his arrest last year when he alleged tried to solicit an undercover cop posing as a prostitute.

    What kind of punishment did he get?

    MORE: D'Angelo was also arrested for a DUI

    We're not really sure. The crime he pleaded to was technically a "violation," which is minor and obviously didn't carry any jail time. Beyond that, though, no one's talking. Prosecutors would only say that they were satisfied with the deal. A lawyer for D'Angelo (born Michael Archer) declined to comment.

    Last March, the 37-year-old "Cruisin' " singer—considered to be the consummate ladies' man back in the day—was arrested in the West Village after allegedly pulling over his Range Rover and, per the NYPD, offering a woman $40 for a sex act.

    He was booked on a count of patronizing a prostitute in the third degree and was released on his own recognizance.

    D'Angelo won the 2000 Grammy for Best R&B Album forVoodoo, but has not released an album since. Instead, he's made headline for a string of legal troubles.

    WATCH: This other Grammy winner, who's also done time, hit the red carpet

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