Lindsay Lohan's father enters plea deal in Tampa

In this arrest photo made available by the Tampa Police Department, shows Michael Lohan following his arrest, Tuesday Oct. 25, 2011 in Tampa, Fla. Lohan was arrested after police received a domestic violence call from his Tampa home. He was arrested for battery on his live-in girlfriend. (AP Photo/Tampa Police Department)
Michael Lohan is shown following his arrest, Tuesday Oct. 25, 2011 in Tampa, Fla.
AP/Tampa Police Department

(CBS/AP) TAMPA, Fla. - Lindsay Lohan's estranged father pleaded no contest in Florida on Wednesday to charges stemming from his domestic violence case.

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The agreement reached Wednesday between Michael Lohan and Hillsborough County prosecutors says the 51-year-old will spend four months of his one-year probation at a residential program in Fort Myers. After that, he must complete a domestic violence batterer's intervention program.

The agreement bans him from having any contact with Kate Major, his sometime-girlfriend.

The elder Lohan was first arrested in Tampa on Oct. 25. A judge warned him not to make any contact with Major. But two days later, he was accused of violating the terms of his release by making a harassing phone call to her just hours after being released from jail.