The Chiefs fan who shined a laser pointer in Tom Brady's face during the AFC Championship game pled guilty to the charge in court on Wednesday.
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Dwyan Morgan, 64, was charged with disturbing the peace for the Jan. 20 incident and faced time in prison. However, upon hearing Morgan's plea, the judge opted to hit him with a $500 fine instead, per TMZ Sports.
If convicted, the charge carried a maximum of one year behind bars plus a $1,000 fine.
Morgan was let off easy in court, but he was punished far more severely by the Chiefs, who banned him from Arrowhead Stadium shortly after the NFL's investigation.
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