A court in Sweden has found rapper A$AP Rocky guilty of assault - but he will not serve any more time in jail.
All three defendants in the case have been handed suspended sentences.
The victim has been awarded damages, but less than he had requested.
A$AP Rocky - whose real name is Rakim Mayers - and two others had been charged over an incident in Stockholm on June 30th, which happened before an appearance at a music festival there.
The rapper had pleaded not guilty to the charges.
He was detained for than a month before being released from custody and allowed to return to the US pending a verdict.
Now, a court has ruled the three defendants did not act in self-defence as they had claimed.
In a ruling, the court said the men "were not subject to a current or imminent criminal attack" - and therefore were not entitled to use violence in self-defence.
The court said it had been proven the three defendants assaulted to victim by hitting and kicking him as he lay on the ground.
However, it was not proven that the victim was hit with a glass bottle in the back of his head.
According to the judge, the assault was not serious enough to demand a prison sentence - and therefore the three defendants have received 'conditional sentences'.
While they will have to pay damages to the victims, they will not have to pay an additional fine.
Due to the amount of time the defendants have already spent in Sweden, they will also not have to return to the country to serve any more time in jail.
Presiding judge Per Lennerbrant said: "The overall evidentiary situation in the case has been complex.
"The prosecutor has not been able to prove that the victim was struck in the back of the head with a bottle or that he was in any other way assaulted with bottles. This has affected the assessment of the seriousness of the crime."