Transcript for Cee Lo on Drugging Trial: 'The Darkest Part is Over'
7:43 with the latest on singer cee lo green, speaking out about his felony drug charge. The grammy winner pleaded not guilty to the accusation that he slipped ecstasy into a woman's drink. And now, he's saying he feels optimistic about the case. John muller has the story. Reporter: As calm and collected as ever. Cee lo green doled out the complements on nbc's "the voice." Everybody was equally amazing. Reporter: The singer/song writer who stands accused of giving a woman ecstasy last year, told tmz tuesday as he was leaving an airport, that he is optimistic about the case. Just specifics. Just stretching it out, really. Reporter: Ceelo, whose real NAME IS thomas DeCarlo galloway pleaded not guilty. The 39-year-old artist slipped the woman the drug ecstasy, while the two were having dinner in los angeles, prosecutors say. For the rest of the process. And we'll be done with that. Reporter: Cee lo had faced a sexual assault charge as well in the same case. But the district attorney dropped the charge, due to lack of evidence. The grammy winner is due back in court in january and is facing up to four years in jail. In the meantime, green remains optimistic about the future. We're all good. Reporter: For "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. Cee lo will be back in court to deal with the charges early next year.
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