Singer Bruce Springsteen found himself in trouble in November after receiving a DWI, but he’s been let off the hook after his Wednesday court date and no longer has any charges against him. 

The “Born in the U.S.A.” singer was arrested on Nov. 14 and had charges of a DWI, reckless driving as well as consuming alcohol in a closed area, a spokesperson for the Gateway National Recreation Area National Park Service stated. 

When taking the field sobriety test, the 71-year-old is said to have been swaying back and forth, smelled of alcohol, had glassy eyes and first refused to take a breathalyzer test, the Associated Press reported. 

Springsteen pleaded guilty to the charges on Wednesday, but federal prosecutors agreed to drop all the charges due to his blood-alcohol level being only at 0.02 the night of the arrest, where the legal limit is 0.08 in New Jersey. 

“I had two small shots of tequila,” the singer said. 

The outcome of the hearing is a $500 fine for the offense of drinking in a prohibited area, which has been a law in the Sandy Hook area for around two years, and $40 in court fees, according to CNN. 

Since his arrest, Springsteen has performed at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, and his podcast “Renegades: Born in the USA” with former President Barack Obama launched on Monday.

Bruce Springsteen will join former president Barack Obama on a new podcast Bruce Springsteen will join former president Barack Obama on a new podcast Photo: AFP / Angela Weiss