Charges Against Star To Be Dropped In Six Months


charges against controversial radio personality Star will be dropped in six months,

according to the District Attorney's office.Star

(born Troi Torain) was fired in May by New York's Power 105. FM for what the station's

parent company, Clear Channel Radio, said were "wholly unacceptable"

comments about rival, DJ Envy.Star

was accused of making anti-Asian comments about DJ Envy's wife, Gia Casey. In

addition to the comments, Star made remarks implying a threat of sexual abuse

against the couple's four-year-old child and threatened to urinate on the girl.

He also

offered $500 to any listener who provided details about where the girl went to

school. Star

was arrested by detectives from the Hate Crimes Unit two days later and charged

with harassment and endangering the welfare of a child.Although

Star apologized for the comments, his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, said they were

the culmination of a long-running verbal battle that had "spiraled out of


charges against Star will be dropped if the 42-year-old on-air personality serves

three days of community service and stays away from the four-year-old victim of

his comments. Star

labeled the ruling a victory for freedom of speech.