In November, four people were arrested after a violent, slappy brawl involving a man in an 8-ball jacket aboard an F train. While all the charges were dropped against Jorge Pena, the 25-year-old 8-ball jacket wearer, one of the women accused of attacking him has now pled guilty to assaulting him with her stiletto.

The News reports that Danay Howard, 21, pled guilty to two counts of assault, including a felony, for the incident. Her charges will be reduced if she completes a year of therapy and does three days of community service for the assault.

Pena, a part-time bouncer, said that he was on his way home after a 12-hour shift when Howard, who was allegedly drunk at the time, started making fun of his jacket and his slight speech impediment.

As you can see in the video up above, Howard seems to berate Pena relentlessly: Pena said he told her, "I don't talk to you. I don't know you. Just leave me alone. I don't know why you're talking to me," at one point. More words are exchanged between Pena, Howard, and some of Howard's friends (among other things, Howard allegedly called Pena a "bum ass n**ga" and "stupid"); Pena tried to walk away from the group, he calls Howard a "bitch" at one point, and Howard starts hitting him with her stiletto. That's when Pena slapped her, sparking the full fight.

"She put me in a position that I had no choice. She tried to kill me," Pena explained at the time. "I am quiet man...I respect women. That's why I don't do nothing when she pushed me but when she hit me I had to do something. I had no choice," he said.

Pena was initially charged with misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct in the incident, and spent four days in jail, but the Manhattan DA's Office concluded that he had acted in self-defense, and all charges were dropped. He also earned the praise of the creator of the 8-ball jacket.