ATHENS — Georgia defensive back Latavious Brini has reached a plea deal after his alleged involvement in a February altercation in downtown Athens.
Brini will pay $455 in fines and a probation fee of $45 per month as part of the deal, according to a report from the Athens Banner-Herald.
Brini, who played in five games last season, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct. Two other charges were dismissed.
According to the report, Brini is not allowed in downtown Athens between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m during his six-month probationary period.
Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said at the time that Brini would also face internal discipline, and that “hopefully good lessons will be learned that will learn to better choices moving forward.”
Brini was among the 54 Georgia football players who volunteered their time on Tuesday to take part in Camp Sunshine events.
The players bused more than an hour to play games and do crafts with cancer-stricken children in Rutledge, Ga.