Former ‘Scandal’ actor Columbus Short gets probation, anger management in …

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Former ‘Scandal’ Actor Columbus Short Reaches Plea Deal in Bar Brawl Case.

Short, 33, who once played Harrison Wright on the hit ABC show, punched a man at a Los Angeles restaurant and knocked him out, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.The former “Scandal” actor reached a plea deal Thursday in a case stemming from an alleged bar brawl in West Los Angeles, the actor’s attorney said. “We came to an agreement with the prosecutor and the court,” Short’s attorney, Ludlow B. Short pleaded Thursday to an amended felony count of assault likely to cause great bodily injury and received credit for 12 days in county jail, prosecutors said. County Superior Court Judge Leslie Brown sentenced Short to three years of probation and 60 days of community service and ordered him to attend 26 anger management classes.

After reports surfaced of Short threatening his wife Tanee, during a heated argument in April 2014, his contract option for the show was not picked up. Short can put this behind him and get on with his life and his career.” Short portrayed a crisis management consultant at Olivia Pope’s firm from 2012 to 2014 on “Scandal.” He first appeared as a dancer in the 2004 film “You Got Served” and he has choreographed for Britney Spears, the Times reported.

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