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Travis Scott isn’t giving the courts the runaround when it comes to his riot-inducing Lollapalooza set this past August.

The G.O.O.D. Music artist has pled guilty to disorderly conduct after his short-lived set was cut due to the 23-year-old born Jacques Webster encouraging Chicago concertgoers to brush off security and jump protective barriers. He only performed one song.

He has been sentenced to one year of court supervision for his guilty plea, the Chicago-Sun Times has learned.

Scott has a reputation for errant behavior at his live performances. Previously before the Lollapalooza incident, he barked on a cameraman who was filming him from one of his least favored angles at HOT 97’s Summer Jam and attempted to get the crowd to beat up a fan who tried to run off with one his shows out in Switzerland.

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