In late June it was revealed that the prosecution was seeking two years probation for TOP after he pleaded guilty to using marijuana four times. Today, TOP was sentenced to two years probation with a penalty of 10 months in prison for a violation, and he was also fined about $11 (seriously). Due to TOP’s potential jail sentence being less than 18 months, he does not have to re-enlist into his military service.
This, of course, is literally a harsher sentence for marijuana use than assaulting a woman twice and threatening her, which sure is something.
Regardless, now that this is done, the most important thing is still that TOP gets help for his mental health issues.