Good luck with that.
As we previously reported, Francis was hit with a felony burglary charge after allegedly breaking into a stranger’s BMW and taking more than $1,700 of stuff in Florida back in June.
A rep for the State Attorney’s Office tells us Francis was accepted into a pretrial intervention program on Monday, which means he’ll avoid prosecution if he completes certain conditions.
We’re told Francis will be under supervision for a year. During that time, he has to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations and complete any recommended treatment.
He also has to do 50 hours of community service, pay a $7,300 fine and apologize to/stay away from the victim.
If the man formerly known as Stevie Franchise handles his business, prosecutors will drop the charges.
Although he’s been a magnet for struggle, we sincerely hope Steve Francis is able to avoid jail.