Guns N’ Roses leaker pleads guilty
Kevin Cogill, 28, pleaded guilty to a copyright violation, said Craig Missakian, assistant US attorney.
Cogill posted tracks from Chinese Democracy on to website www.antiquiet.com months before its November release, and was arrested in August at his Los Angeles home.
Cogill, who is free on bail, faces up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine at his sentencing scheduled for March.
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