Eminem (aka Marshall Mathers III) pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. He was originally charged last June after striking a man for allegedly smooching with his wife, Kim Mathers. For that transgression, the rapper could get up to five years in the big house at his April 10 sentencing. But his publicist, Dennis Dennehey, tells The Associated Press that Eminem will seek probation and "is looking forward to putting this matter behind him."