SAN DIEGO — Ex-Mayor Bob Filner, who left office in a scandal over allegations of sexual harassment of women, Tuesday pleaded guilty to one felony count of false imprisonment and two misdemeanor counts of battery, San Diego Superior Court officials said Tuesday.
Under the plea agreement, Filner will not serve any time behind bars but will spend three months in home confinement, give up his mayoral pension and promise never to run for office again.
Filner will also undergo treatment as “directed by a mental health professional” during his three years of probation.
During his probation, Filner may not vote, serve on a jury or own a firearm, prosecutors said.
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