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GUILTY AS CHARGED
David Spade's ex-assistant pleaded guilty Thursday to attacking the Just Shoot Me star with a stun gun back in November and was ordered to serve five years' probation. A Beverly Hills Superior Court judge also ordered David Warren "Skippy" Malloy, 30, to undergo counseling and perform 480 hours of community service. As part of a plea deal, burglary charges were dropped. Spade suffered minor injuries during the scuffle, and later called Malloy his good friend who was "obviously mentally troubled."