R&B Singer Charged With Misdemeanor
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Singer Tevin Campbell was ordered to attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings and an AIDS awareness class after pleading no contest to soliciting a lewd act from an undercover policeman.
Campbell, 22, also was fined $1,080 Monday for the misdemeanor conviction stemming from his July 8 arrest, Assistant City Attorney Richard Schmidt said.
Campbell was ordered to return to court Feb. 7 with proof he has completed the drug rehabilitation and AIDS education requirements of his sentence.
Campbell _ the rhythm-and-blues singer who gained fame at age 13 with his debut album ``T.E.V.I.N.″ _ was arrested in a police sting outside Van Nuys Elementary School.