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By Piya Sinha-Roy
LOS ANGELES May 30 (Reuters) – The Ukrainian prankster who
struck actor Brad Pitt in a face during a Los Angeles premiere
of a film “Maleficent” was systematic to stay divided from
celebrity events as he pleaded no competition to a misdemeanor
battery assign on Friday.
Vitalii Sediuk, a 25-year-old Ukrainian TV personality
infamous for pulling pranks on celebrities during events, was
charged with 4 misconduct depends of battery, assault,
unlawful activity and division during a melodramatic event.
He pleaded no competition to battery and wrong activity, and
the rest of a depends were discharged as partial of his defence deal.
Sediuk was condemned to 20 days of village use and 36
months on probation. He was systematic to stay 500 yards (about 460
meters) divided from all luminary events including awards shows
and premieres, and to stay divided from Pitt and his partner
Angelina Jolie, Los Angeles City Attorney orator Rob Wilson
He was also systematic to 52 sessions of psychological
counseling. He is due behind in justice for a conference on Jul 8.
Sediuk jumped opposite a blockade and onto a red runner at
Wednesday’s “Maleficent” premiere in Hollywood, where Pitt had
joined Jolie, a film’s star, to pointer autographs for fans.
Police pronounced Sediuk struck Pitt in a face, and was arrested
Pitt was not severely harm and continued to pointer autographs
for fans after a incident, though was released a confining order
In prior exploits, Sediuk attempted to stand underneath actress
America Ferrera’s dress as she acted for photographers during the
Cannes Film Festival, stormed a theatre during thespian Adele’s
Grammy acceptance speech, and was slapped by Will Smith after
kissing a actor during a Moscow premiere.
(Reporting by Piya Sinha-Roy; Editing by Eric Kelsey and