Sir Rod Stewart took to social media on Friday to share a fun video of him dancing. It came in the hours after his decision to enter a guilty plea after being in a physical altercation in 2019.
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On Friday it was revealed Rod and his son Sean pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of simple battery after the events on New Year's Eve 2019. In a statement his attorney shared: "No one was injured in the incident and a jury did not find Sir Rod Stewart guilty of the accusation."
WATCH: Sir Rod Stewart dances in new video after guilty plea for New Year's Eve altercation
He continued: "Instead, Sir Rod Stewart decided to enter a plea to avoid the inconvenience and unnecessary burden on the court and the public that a high profile proceeding would cause."
The agreement means neither will serve jail time nor will they be fined. Formal adjudication of the charge has also been withheld.
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However, Rod ignored the court records becoming public and instead posted a second video of him with family dancing to his hit single Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?
"One more time!" he captioned the post alongside a smiling face emoji wearing sunglasses. Taken at what appears to be the same event as a similar video with his wife Penny the week prior, the video showed him in a sequin suit as they jumped around to Rod's famous song.
Rod and his family at home
The father-son duo were accused of assaulting security guard Jessie Dixon at the luxury Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach on 31 December 2019.
The altercation was reportedly over the security guard's refusal to allow them into a private New Year’s Eve party being held at the hotel. Mr. Dixon claimed in court papers that the 76-year-old singer punched him in the rib cage with a closed fist and that Sean shoved him.
A spokesperson for Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg said in an email that Mr. Dixon agreed with the outcome of the case
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