Bruno Mars is free and clean, having succeeded in getting his 2010 cocaine arrest stricken from his record. Las Vegas prosecutors have dropped charges against the hit singer/songwriter after he completed his end of a plea deal.
Mars performed 230 hours of community service — he was only required to do 200 hours — and finished a series of substance abuse classes as part of the deal. The 25-year-old artist's lawyer told TMZ: "Bruno earned the dismissal of his charge. He exceeded the expectations of the court in both his service to the community and his counseling."
In 2010, Mars was arrested after a Hard Rock Hotel employee caught him snorting coke in a bathroom stall.
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