A judge says CeeLo Green has complied with the conditions of probation in a felony drug case and will not have to attend any further court hearings in Los Angeles.

The Grammy-winning singer appeared Monday in a Los Angeles courtroom to update Superior Court Judge David Herriford on his probation progress.

Green pleaded no contest in August to furnishing a woman with ecstasy during a 2012 dinner.

He was sentenced to three years of probation and 45 days of community service.

The judge reviewed a probation report but did not state how many hours of service Green had completed.

The 39-year-old Green won a Grammy for the hit "Forget You." He also appeared as a judge on the NBC competition show "The Voice," and left the show after he was charged.