Paula's Hit-And-Run Charge Resolved

Paula Abdul pleaded no contest to the hit-and-run charge


80s star Paula Abdul may feel releave after her hit-and-run case has been resolved in the Van Nuys traffic court, California, where she wasn't required to attend, rather her attorney, Neil E. Meyer, entered the plea on her behalf. Detailing on the case Meyer claims the incident happened because there was some minor contact between the tire of Paula's car and another vehicle on the roadway.

Concerning the case Paula is pleaded no contest to the charge, put on two years' informal probation and ordered to pay about $900 in fines and fees, along with $775 in restitution to the other driver to repair the minor property damage which Meyer says as a "paint scrape."

© AceShowbiz.com


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