Bob Filner's months-long house arrest stint is over, the result of pleading guilty in December to charges of felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery regarding claims of sexual harassment, but he now faces three years of probation
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner’s house arrest came to an end Sunday after 90 days of home confinement.
The 71-year old former mayor was sentenced in December to house arrest after pleading guilty to felony false imprisonment and two counts of misdemeanor battery involving victims of sexual harassment, the Associated Press reports.
Filner resigned just nine months after he was elected Mayor of San Diego amid a flurry of allegations that he groped and kissed women without their consent. He will serve three years of probation following his release, which will likely make it difficult for him to seek public office anytime soon.