The former suitor of Ali Fedotowsky is also ordered to do community service after pleading no contest to a felony assault charge.
Kasey Kahl has learned his fate in the bar brawl case stemming from a January 2012 arrest. The reality TV star, who pursued Ali Fedotowsky in "The Bachelorette" season 6, is sentenced by a judge to three years of probation and community service.
Kahl was arrested after getting involved in an altercation with a couple outside the Club Habanos bar in his hometown of Fresno, CA. The former "Bachelor Pad" star was accused of breaking a man's nose and hitting the man's girlfriend during the fight that happened in the early morning of January 15.
Renee Idsinga and Richard Chaney, who admitted to drinking that night as well, filed a police report, alleging that a "very intoxicated" Kahl hit Chaney after shouting insults their way. Kahl, however, claimed it was the couple who initiated the fight and he only acted in self defense.
Kahl pled no contest to a felony assault charge in Fresno County Superior Court as part of a plea deal that saw another assault charge dropped. His lawyer, Gerald Schwab, says the charges could be expunged if he complies with all rules of probation and community service.