Vlone designer and former Nike collaborator ASAP Bari has pled guilty to one count of sexual assault in London.
The court appearance comes after the ASAP Mob co-founder was captured assaulting a woman on video in July of 2017. At the time, Bari responded to the clip by calling it "misleading" and claimed that the situation had been resolved. But that didn't stop Nike from taking quick action, confirming within weeks that it had ended any working relationship with the designer.
In the wake of the 2017 incident, Bari faced two counts of sexual assault, but pled guilty to just one of the charges, according to Sky News. He will not serve jail time and is instead required to pay £4,000 (around $5,054) in fines and an additional £2,500 (around $3,159) to the victim.
Bari and Nike began working together in 2016 with the release of a ComplexCon-exclusive black/orange Vlone x Air Force 1 Low which was released again in 2017. More AF1 colorways and sneakers including a Vlone x Nike Vandal were in the works, but will likely never see retail releases.