LOS ANGELES, April 15 -- Rob Pilatus, formerly of the disgraced musical duet Milli Vanilli, was sentenced Monday to 90 days in jail and 180 days of drug rehabilitation after he pled no contest to criminal charges stemming from three separate attacks on people in recent months. Pilatus, 31, also was ordered by Hollywood Municipal Court Judge Michael Mink to appear for an Oct. 18 hearing to determine restitution for his victims.
Pilatus is to surrender to authorities after that hearing to serve his jail sentence. The singer was in court to answer charges that he beat a man in Hollywood Dec. 21 with the metal base of a lamp, attacked a man Jan. 18 in the Beverly Glen area who accused Pilatus of stealing his watch, and attempted to break into a car in Hollywood Feb. 4 and then attacked the car's owner. In 1990, Pilatus and former partner Fabrice Morvan were stripped of the best new artist Grammy after admitting they never sang a word on their debut album, 'Girl You Know It's True.'