Former radio personality and comedian Mike Bullard pleaded guilty in a Toronto court Friday to harassment and two counts of breaching his bail conditions.
Bullard turned himself into police back in 2016 after a complaint about harassing phone calls. He was arrested three more times after that.
A judge agreed to a suspended sentence with six months of probation. He was also ordered into counselling.
The harassment charge against Bullard relates to a personal relationship he had with CityNews journalist Cynthia Mulligan.