Ex-“Southern Charm” star Thomas Ravenel has taken a plea deal.

The former South Carolina treasurer, 56, has been fined $500 after he pled guilty in the assault and battery charge case brought against him by his children’s former nanny.

Ravenel was initially charged with misdemeanor second-degree assault and battery after the nanny said the former Bravo star dropped his pants and fondled her at his Charleston home in January 2015.

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Ravenel pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and battery. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended if he pays a $500 fine.

The former South Carolina treasurer, 56, has been fined $500 after he pled guilty in the assault and battery charge case brought against him by his children's former nanny. 

The former South Carolina treasurer, 56, has been fined $500 after he pled guilty in the assault and battery charge case brought against him by his children’s former nanny. 
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WCSC-TV reports Ravenel said in court Wednesday he tried to kiss her and grabbed her arm, and he was wrong. Prosecutors say the woman agreed to the deal.

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Bravo parted ways with Ravenel after his arrest.

Ravenel pleaded guilty to cocaine charges in 2007 and resigned as state treasurer.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.