Ms Dynamite ordered to do community service

The singer is also fined after pleading guilty to assault

Ms Dynamite has been fined and order to do community service for assaulting a police officer.

The singer who admitted assault and disorderly conduct, must do 60 hours of service, pay £50 in costs and a £500 fine after a disturbance outside a London night club on January 6.

During the course of that incident the singer struck a policewoman who

Ms Dynamite must also pay £750 compensation to, BBC News reports.

Speaking to the court her solicitor Anthony Burton said that Ms Dynamite and her sister Annabell had been racially abused earlier in the night triggering the disturbance, but insisted the singer was sorry for her behaviour.

“My client has absolutely no excuse for her conduct. She makes no bones about that,” said Burton. “She apologises profoundly for her conduct to the officer involved, Pc Marles. She is deeply ashamed.”