As Def Sounds previously reported… early In August, Detroit rapper Big Sean and an associate, Willie Hansbro, were arrested and charged with misdemeanor counts of forcible touching, unlawful imprisonment and sex abuse after a woman complained she was sexually assaulted during a concert in upstate New York.

On September 7th, Big Sean appeared in front of Judge Hugh C. Gee Sr. in a Lewiston Town Court on the charges, and was possibly facing felony charges.

Now it seems as if Big Sean caught a break, as TMZ reports, prosecutors dropped charges of third degree sex abuse and forcible touching on the condition that he plead guilty to misdemeanor unlawful imprisonment, which was only a $750 fine.

Big Sean’s lawyer, Scott Leemon, still claims that Sean did not engage in any type of sexual misconduct.