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Joey Porter pleads guilty to disorderly conduct citation

Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter pleaded guilty Tuesday to a disorderly conduct citation stemming from his arrest last month, according to court documents obtained by

Porter made his plea in Allegheny Magisterial District Court (Pennsylvania) and was fined $300 and court costs. The case is now closed.

Porter was arrested Jan. 9 after he allegedly grabbed an officer's wrists after being denied entrance to a Pittsburgh bar by a bouncer. He was initially arrested on four charges, but the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office later only charged him with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness citations.

Police released security camera footage of the incident to the Associated Press on Tuesday:

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