warren-sapp*Yes. Warren Sapp has pleaded guilty in a case involving him and two prostitutes in Arizona.

No. He won’t spend any more time behind bars.

As it turns out, TMZ Sports has news of a deal the former NFL star ended up making a deal with prosecutors in the case that tips the scale in his favor. According to the site, Sapp agreed to plead guilty to one count of solicitation and one count of assault. In exchange, he must complete two counseling programs. The first is a “Prostitution Solicitation Diversion Program,” while the second one is essentially being labeled an anger management course.

Sapp’s deal is the latest development in the aftermath of his arrest on February 2 after admitting he paid two women $300 each to perform sex acts on him in his hotel room in Phoenix. The athlete was ultimately charged with solicitation and assault for allegedly assaulting the women after a fight over money.

“If Sapp FAILED to complete the prostitution program in 160 days — he faced up to 30 days in jail,” TMZ reported, adding that Sapp doesn’t have much to worry about that since the hooker charge will likely be dropped in light of him already completing the first program.

Regarding the second counseling program, Sapp is still working to complete that one. If that doesn’t come to pass then he’s facing 30 days in jail, along with two years probation.

Capping off all this is the financial consequence for Sapp, who was ordered to pay restitution to the two prostitutes he was involved with. Broken down that’s $150 for Quying Boyd and $1,171.24 for Britney Osbourne.