Bruno Mars' Court Date Postponed to Unknown Date

Bruno Mars

His lawyer David Chesnoff confirmed that the singer is not due to appear in Las Vegas courtroom anytime soon.

R&B singer Bruno Mars' court date to face a felony charge of drug possession has been postponed. The "Just the Way You Are" star was arrested in Las Vegas in September after a bathroom attendant at the Hard Rock Hotel allegedly caught him with a bag of white powder, which tested positive for cocaine.

Mars, real name Peter Hernandez, was due to appear in a Sin City courtroom on Thursday, November 18, but he now won't have to appear in person until a later date, according to his lawyer, David Chesnoff. The attorney tells the Associated Press the songwriter's court date will be rescheduled.

Mars has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, which carries a maximum of four years in jail and a $5,000 fine. No reason for the postponement has been given.


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    Nov 25, 2010

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    Nov 19, 2010

    I hope the case gets thrown out of court

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