Pete Doherty has been fined and given a four-month custodial sentence which has been suspended for two years for a combination of drug and driving offences.
The singer was also given a 12 month rehabilitation order and an 18 month supervision order at West London Magistrates Court this afternoon (October 26th).
Doherty was appearing in court after he was arrested in West London on May 6th this year.
He pleaded guilty to driving illegally while in possession of crack cocaine, heroin, ketamine and cannabis at an early hearing.
District Judge Davinder Lachar told Doherty that he must pay a £475 fine for driving without MOT and insurance, reports the BBC.