Stewart's Son Ordered To Pay Fight Victim

ROD STEWART's son SEAN has been forced to pay a hefty $280,000 (GBP147,400) to the man he beat up outside Malibu restaurant Nobu.

Sean was jailed for the December 2001 attack, which was broken up by actor DEAN CAIN, and also served time in a California rehabilitation facility.

And now he's being ordered to pay his victim, JASON ROGLAND, for injuries and lost wages he suffered after the fight.

21/04/2005 02:40

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