Rapper DMX, whose real name Earl Simmons, 38, was sentenced to 90 days in jail Friday for convictions on theft, drug-possession and animal-cruelty charges.

According to reports, Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Phemonia Miller gave Simmons no credit for time served and placed him on 18 months of supervised probation until the end of April.

The rapper turned actor, whose hit albums include Year of the Dog ... Again and It's Dark and Hell is Hot, has been in legal trouble during the past year in Arizona.

In May, he was arrested on drug and animal cruelty charges after sheriff's deputies raided his home in Phoenix on August 2007. Authorities found three dead dog, malnourished pit bulls, guns, and ammunition and drug paraphernalia.

He also was charged with assuming someone's identity and giving false information during a trip to the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, in a suspected attempt to avoid paying the bill.