Nugent Enters No Contest Plea Over Deer Baiting Charges

Rocker TED NUGENT has been fined $1,750 (£1,166) after pleading no contest to illegally baiting deer on his hunting reality TV show.
The Cat Scratch Fever singer, a keen hunter, was seen using a deer attractant to coax two wild animals in California - where baiting is illegal - on his show Sprirt of the Wild in February (10).
He originally faced 11 charges, including killing a deer too young to be hunted. However, after a deal at a Yuba court on Friday (13Aug10), Nugent entered no contest pleas to two misdemeanour charges of baiting two deer and was handed the fine.


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