James Stacy fined for assault on waitress

INDIO, Calif. -- Actor James Stacy was fined $750 Friday and ordered to perform 250 hours of voluntary work for breaking the nose of a waitress at a hotel near Palm Springs last October.

Stacy, 45, who lost his left arm and leg in a motorcycle accident in 1973, had pleaded no contest to the charges of assault and battery in the incident at the La Quinta Hotel bar.


Charges that he hurled a chair at asecurity guard were dismissed, as were contempt of court charges.

In addition to the fine and community service, Stacy was put on probation for two years and ordered by Municipal Court Judge Eugene Bishop to abstain from alcohol and stay away from places where alcohol is served.

The actor, formerly married to actresses Connie Stevens and Kim Darby, once starred in the 'Lancer' TV series.

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