Bruno Mars has succesfully completed the community service he was sentenced to following a 2010 drugs charge.
The 'Lazy Song' star was caught with 2.6 grams of Class-A drug Cocaine following a gig in Las Vegas in 2010 and pleaded guilty in court. He was sentenced to a fine of $2,000 and 200 hours of community service.
Appearing in court for the final time yesterday, Mars (appearing under his real name Peter Hernandez) was revealed to have done 230 hours of work for a children's charity. He also spent time with a drugs counsellor.
Mars will now have a clean criminal record.