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'Scrubbing graffiti or working in a charity shop': Jeremy McConnell's community service details revealed

Jeremy McConnell was found guilty last month of assaulting the mother of his child, Stephanie Davis.

And today the Celebrity Big Brother star was sentenced by Judge Wendy Lloyd at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court.

Jeremy was found guilty of assaulting Stephanie Davis (CREDIT: Instagram/StephanieDavis)

He was given a 20 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and was instructed to take a 'Building Better Relationships' course with the Probation Service.

As well as these stipulations Jeremy, 27, must undertake 15 days of Rehabilitation Activity Requirements and 200 hours unpaid work (community service).

The Daily Star Online is now reporting that these 200 hours of unpaid work will include one of three tasks. He will either decorate council owned areas, remove graffiti or work in a charity shop.

Jeremy will have to carry out 200 hours unpaid work as part of his sentence (CREDIT: Getty Images)

Jeremy has apparently relocated to Cardiff to live with Richard Cull who he met on TV show 'Beauty School Cop Outs', so it's believed he will carry out his community service in the city and that it will start next week.

The Irish model had pleaded not guilty to assaulting Stephanie Davis at an address in Merseyside on March 10.

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