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Felony Battery Charges DROPPED Against NCIS Actor David Fisher!

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Lucky man!

To recap - back in September, NCIS actor David Fisher was arrested for allegedly attacking a neighbor over a disagreement involving swimming pool towels!

Authorities were saying that Fisher allegedly hit and choked the victim…and he was sent to jail on felony battery charges.

Then, Fisher spoke up about the incident, and claimed he was acting out of self defense because the neighbor pushed/provoked him first AFTER insulting his death mother! Ouch!

Now, charges against Fisher have been dropped after the actor pleaded "no contest" to a minor disturbing the peace charge, for which he was slapped with a $50 fine…which the judge ended up writing off.

Here's what Fisher had to say about the violent incident:

"I was set on by a bully who asked for trouble and lost his fight. He then goes running to the teacher and spins his lies. This is the case."

"I have not punched someone since I was at school. That was 27 years ago. This seems to be an instant karmic justice for a bully."

We're just glad to hear that this all over with! We understand it was a complicated situation, but we hope David will be able to stay out of trouble from here on out!

What do U think? Was justice served here???

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3 comments to “Felony Battery Charges DROPPED Against NCIS Actor David Fisher!”

  1. 1

    Seriously?! Still no Kobe?!

  2. 2

    how dare anyone insult his death mother!

  3. 3

    "Death mother?" Do you mean "DEAF" mother or "DEAD" mother? Geez! If ever a website needed a proofreader, it's now and it's this one.