Unlike the tense and fully suited-up man who appeared in Utah court on two previous occasions, the actor looked almost relaxed and semi-casual Monday in a black blazer, tie and jeans — a clear indication he knew he’d dodged a long jail term.
Very successful Emile has been signed Creative Artists Agency.“Into the Wild” star Emile Hirsch soon will be a daddy.The charges of misdemeanor assault against him will be dismissed if he completes the jail time and community service.New details have dropped in Emile Hirsch's assault case, where he allegedly attacked a woman at Sundance Film Festival back in January — and now, Emile said he was defending himself!In a statement read in the courtroom, Bernfeld said that she thought she “was going to die” when Hirsch was choking her.
She also called the deal the “bare minimum” and said she actually wanted him to be punished more.Hirsch appeared in many television roles in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including the award-winning Showtime original movie Wild Iris (2001), opposite Laura Linney and Gena Rowlands.He made his film debut in the Jodie Foster-produced The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys (2002) Hirsch appeared in the teen comedy, The Girl Next Door (2004) and in the summer of the same year, The Mudge Boy (2004), a film which he had started before making The Girl Next Door, was released.[ Related: See Emile's Mugshot, If You Want ] The actor struck a deal with prosecutors on Monday, and in addition to serving 15 days, he will have to pay a fine of ,750, and do 50 hours of community service.The diminutive actor, 28, who won a Critics’ Choice Award for his role in the Sean Penn-directed film, slept with a Florida woman and got her pregnant, multiple sources confirm to [email protected]“She is five and a half months pregnant now, but they are not dating,” one source tells us. He is doing the right thing and will be taking care of her and his baby financially.” The source adds that Hirsch is happy to take responsibility, even though he and the baby’s mother do not live together.He also is required to participate in an aftercare treatment program.