Bruno Mars’ Cocaine Possession Charge is Dismissed

The cocaine possession case against pop star Bruno Mars is already dismissed by a Las Vegas judge.

Mars had successfully completed a court-order of drug education classes and community service, even exceeding the amount of hours he was told to serve.

A County District Court judge cleared Bruno of the charge, a court information officer for the 8th Judicial District Court announced.

Peter Hernandez, is Mars’ real name, was arrested in September 2010 after a bathroom attendant at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel caught him with a baggy of white powder or a cocaine.

He was charged of possessing cocaine and received a $2,000 fine, 200 hours of community service, drug counseling. He should stay out of trouble during a year of informal probation.