A federal prosecutor dropped drunk-driving charges against Bruce Springsteen on Wednesday.
The rock star appeared virtually at Newark, New Jersey court.
He'd initially faced a number of charges, including driving while intoxicated and reckless driving after he was stopped by an officer last November astride his motorcycle on a New Jersey beach, part of a federally-run national park.
The assistant U.S. attorney prosecuting the case on Wednesday said a sobriety test later showed Springsteen's blood alcohol level was below the legal limit.
The singer recently appeared in a Super Bowl commercial for Jeep, his first commercial ever.
But Jeep subsequently pulled the ad after news broke of the charges against Springsteen.
Springsteen did plead guilty to a lesser charge, admitting he downed two shots of tequila in a park where alcohol consumption is prohibited.
The judge fined the rock music legend $500 for the infraction, plus another $40 in court fees. Springsteen said he would pay the court immediately.