Barnett's attorney Avi Berk says Barnett has pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct in a deferred prosecution agreement. Berk says Barnett must be on good behavior until July 1 for a judge to accept the deal.
If Barnett behaves, the misdemeanor count will be amended to an ordinance violation punishable by a fine and a second misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct will be dismissed.
Berk says the charge Barnett pleaded to relates to knocking some drinks out of someone's hands and breaking a cell phone.
Berk says the incident involved Barnett's then-girlfriend and her twin sister.