According to court records obtained by The Blast, a Las Vegas judge ordered the reality star to complete the Justice Court Community Service Program and pay some fines.
The program allows those accused of crimes to complete community service at different non-profits. Once she completes the requirements, the criminal case will be closed.
Earlier this year, she got her trial date pushed back to work out a plea with prosecutors, which clearly worked out well for her. The reality star was facing up to six months in jail for the misdemeanor charge.