Singer had pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and driving under the influence of cannabis
George Michael has been jailed for eight weeks over driving and drug offences.
The singer, 47, who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and driving under the influence of cannabis in August, appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court in London today for sentencing.
Michael will serve four weeks of his sentence in prison, with the following four weeks spent under the supervision of the probation service, reports BBC News.
The case relates to an incident on July 4 where Michael crashed his Range Rover into a Snappy Snaps shop in Hampstead.