Man guilty of Adam Levine ‘sugar bomb’ incident sentenced to community service

Maroon 5 frontman was attacked outside Los Angeles TV studio on Wednesday

The man who threw a bag of powdered sugar at Maroon 5’s Adam Levine has been sentenced.

As reported, Levine was covered in the white powder as he signed autographs for fans prior to an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this week. TMZ reports that Navid Farsi was charged with battery following Wednesday’s incident and that he has been sentenced to three years of probation, 52 counseling sessions and 20 days cleaning California’s highways.

A second count of battery involved a security guard who had also been covered by the powdered sugar has been dropped. Farsi has also been ordered to stay 500 yards from the Jimmy Kimmel Live with a protective order making it illegal for him to approach Levine in the future.

It is alleged that Farsi has form for incidents like the sugar bomb and threw a rock at Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in April of this year.

Levine was not hurt during the incident.

Watch the incident in question below.