Nick Lachey ordered to take AA and anger management courses

The Los Angeles District Attorney's office provided Us Weekly with details."Mr. Lachey was not charged with misdemeanor assault and violence. He's in LADA's 2017 Prefiling Diversion program.

The statement said he must attend anger management seminars and Alcoholics Anonymous sessions. “Completing the Prefiling Diversion Program will prevent criminal charges."

One year after being charged with assault and battery against a photojournalist, Nick Lachey was forced to attend Alcoholics Anonymous and anger management classes.

According to records obtained by the Daily Mail, the former 98 Degrees singer, 49, was ordered to attend 52 weeks of

AA sessions and anger management classes after a March 2022 Beverly Hills confrontation with celebrity photographer Jody Santos.

The "Hardest Thing" singer came over to Santos' car, tried to seize her phone, and cursed at her after realizing she was snapping images of him and his wife,

Vanessa Lachey, according to video footage. The Daily Mail revealed his assault and battery charges. “No one has ever tried to hit me,

Santos told the Daily Mail on Tuesday, March 21. I'm glad I rolled up my window quickly or he would have knocked me unconscious. Undoubtedly.”

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