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The club-goer who stabbed former Knick Chris Copeland outside the 1OAK nightclub last year, received a light sentence after copping to assault charges and reaching a plea deal.

Shevoy Bleary-Murdock pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree assault in a deal struck in Manhattan Supreme court.  He will be sentenced to a month of weekends in jail and was credited some time served for the time he was in jail before his bail was paid last year.  He will likely only do two or three weekends of time according to the New York Daily News.

Blearly-Murdock was taken into custody after an altercation outside the hotspot in the Meatpacking District about 4 a.m. on April 8, 2015.  Copeland, who was in town as an Indiana Pacer for a game, was sliced in the gut.

Copeland “sustained a punctured diaphragm requiring surgery” and his gal pal Katrine Saltara “suffered a laceration to her right arm requiring stitches, a laceration under her right breast, and a puncture wound to her right buttock,” according to Bleary-Murdock’s criminal complaint.

Bleary-Murdock will be formally sentenced on Aug. 3.

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