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Disney star Chris Tavarez sentenced to serve jail time after taking a plea deal on domestic violence Chris Tavarez will be spending time behind bars after accepting a plea deal for domestic violence  The former K.C. Undercover actor pled no contest one count of felony domestic violence with a prior conviction, according to TMZ The 27-year-old was sentenced to serve a 5-year suspended sentence Back in November the Los Angeles District Attorney charged Tavarez over an alleged violent incident with his girlfriend leaving her with a concussion  The star is also known for his Disney Channel movie Avalon High and Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns

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Published: 04:19 GMT, 22 February 2020 | Updated: 04:20 GMT, 22 February 2020

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Former K.C. Undercover actor Chris Tavarez will be spending time behind bars after accepting a plea deal for domestic violence. 

Tavarez pled no contest one count of felony domestic violence with a prior conviction, according to TMZ. 

The 27-year-old was sentenced to serve a 5-year suspended sentence. He was expected to only serve 300 days behind bars but, with credit for the 153 days he has already spent in jail, he will serve just over four months. 

Sentenced: Former Disney actor Chris Tavarez was sentenced to serve a 5-year suspended sentence, with credit for time served, he will spend around four months in jail, after pleading no contest to felony domestic battery with a prior conviction

Sentenced: Former Disney actor Chris Tavarez was sentenced to serve a 5-year suspended sentence, with credit for time served, he will spend around four months in jail, after pleading no contest to felony domestic battery with a prior conviction 

Tavarez was charged, back in November, by the Los Angeles District Attorney over an alleged violent incident with his girlfriend leaving her with a concussion. 

The City Attorney's Office told TMZ that the 'prior conviction' folded into his new charge stemmed from a

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