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New Orleans Saints tight end Orson Charles received diversion at his sentencing in Madison County, Kentucky after pleading guilty to wanton endangerment, according to WKTY.

Charles was arrested in April after being accused of pointing a gun at another driver who made an obscene gesture at him.

Charles’ attorney told the news station that his client is essentially on probation for two years.

Charles signed to New Orleans’ practice squad last September and was signed to a futures contract following the 2014 season.