Kanye West will be spending a lot of time in anger management and community service after a Los Angeles judge sentenced him to serve two years’ probation for the misdemeanor battery conviction for assaulting a photographer. West must attend 24 anger management sessions, perform 250 hours of community service and pay restitution to the victim.
A no contest plea was entered on West’s behalf on Monday by his attorney. But the photographer in the case isn’t satisfied.
Daniel Ramos told the judge he wanted West thrown in jail.
“I was only doing my job, and he broke the law,” Ramos said. “I believe that if I did what he did to me, I would have been put behind bars.”
Ramos’ confrontation with West was caught on camera as the rapper was arriving to LAX.
“Kanye! Kanye! Talk to me, Kanye!” a Ramos shouted on the night of July 19, 2013.
“Now come on, Kanye, I don’t want to fight with you.”
“I told you, don’t talk to me, right. You’re trying to get me in trouble so I step off and have to pay you like $250,000.”
That was when the scuffle ensued. West is seen tackling the photographer and attempting to get the camera out of his hands.
Ramos, who is represented by Gloria Allred, plans on filing a civil suit.