Former LSU football star Jordan Jefferson is being released from parish prison on supervised probation.
This is after he pleaded 'no contest' to a simple battery charge he got back in August for his alleged involvement in a fight at Shady's Bar.
The probation will last one year.
He will have random drug testing and has to stay away from bars and criminal activity.
The football star is also required to finish his last semester at LSU.
Jefferson also has to do thirty hours of community service.
He will talk to students about making the right decisions and staying out of trouble.
District Attorney Hillar Moore isn't sure Jefferson would be the best role model for local youth.
The judge also wants Jefferson to talk to LSU football coach Les Miles about speaking with incoming football players about the mistakes he has made.
Jefferson is scheduled back in court for an update on his probation in January.
He will also be in District Court on December 12 to face his simple possession of marijuana charge.