Savion Glover Pleads Guilty to Disorderly Conduct

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Savion Glover, the tap prodigy who won the Tony Award June 2 as Best Choreographer for Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk pleaded guilty June 12 to a charge of disorderly conduct in a New York court, and was sentenced to 50 hours of community service, the Associated Press reported.

Savion Glover, the tap prodigy who won the Tony Award June 2 as Best Choreographer for Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk pleaded guilty June 12 to a charge of disorderly conduct in a New York court, and was sentenced to 50 hours of community service, the Associated Press reported. Glover, who also stars in the show, reportedly was charged with impaired driving and possession of marijuana in Manhattan in December 1995. But the AP reported that Judge Peter Benitez allowed Glover to plead guilty to a reduced charge, which would be dismissed in six months if he completes the community service and stays out of trouble with the law.

Now 22, Glover starred on Broadway in the title role of The Tap Dance Kid, and was featured on Broadway in Black and Blue and Jelly's Last Jam and in the movie Tap.

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