LOS ANGELES — Cee Lo Green has completed more than 150 hours of community service and is complying with counseling requirements that are conditions of his probation in a felony drug case, court records show.

The Grammy Award-winning singer has been working with homeless veterans in Los Angeles’ Skid Row neighborhood and with a music foundation, according to a probation report filed Monday.

The favorable report led Superior Court Judge David Herriford to find Green in compliance and order that the singer no longer has to attend court hearings in the case. Green pleaded no contest in August to furnishing a woman with ecstasy during a 2012 dinner.

He was ordered to 45 days of community service and 52 drug and alcohol counseling sessions.

Green has been meeting with a therapist individually, who praised the singer’s progress.

“He shows up and demonstrates a genuine humbleness not often seen by artists that have achieved this type of success,” Dr. Betty Wyman wrote in a letter filed in court.

Green, 39, won a Grammy for the hit “Forget You.” He also appeared as a judge on the NBC competition show “The Voice.” He left the show after he was charged.

After entering the no-contest plea, Green posted a series of messages on Twitter, including one that read: “Women who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!” Green later tweeted an apology, but the statements led to the cancellation of a reality show and several concert appearances.

– From news service reports

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