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Singer Bruno Mars to Enter Guilty Plea in Las Vegas Drug Case
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LAS VEGAS -- Singer Bruno Mars is expected to enter a guilty plea on a felony cocaine possession charge.

Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, was arrested at the Hard Rock Hotel on Sept. 19 after security confronted him in a restroom. He had just finished a performance at the hotel.

According to the Clark County District Attorney's office, Mars will plead guilty to the charge and will be sentenced to one year of informal probation, pay a $2,000 fine, perform 200 hours of community service, attend drug counseling and stay out of trouble.

If Mars fails to follow those terms, he could face prison time.

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