N-Dubz rapper Dappy has avoided jail after being given a six-month sentence for assault and affray in connection with a fight he started at a petrol station after he was "disrespected" by two teenage women. The singer broke down in tears.
Dappy's co-defendants sentenced to 33 months in jail
Dino Contostavlos, better known as Dappy from N-Dubz, was given a suspended six-month sentence while two co-defendants received a total of 33 months' imprisonment.
Alfred Miller - 19 months imprisonment plus total of £4,500 to victims and £1,000 prosecution costs
Kieran Vassell -14 months imprisonment plus total of £1,500 to victims and £500 prosecution costs
Dino Contostavlos - Six months imprisonment for affray suspended for 18 months plus 14 days to run concurrently for assault by beating, 150 hours of unpaid work, plus total of £4,500 to victims and £2,000 prosecution costs.
'Dappy' sentenced to six months' suspended sentence
N-Dubz rapper Dappy was given a six-month sentence suspended for 18 months for assault and affray at Guildford Crown Court today for a brawl he sparked at a petrol station. The singer broke down in tears and shouted 'yes' as the sentence was delivered.
Three other men were also convicted for the attack in February last year.