Former "Baywatch" hunk Jeremy Jackson was sentenced to 270 days in prison but the judge gave him a 109-day credit so he will serve a prison term of 161 days. Aside from imprisonment, he will be on probation for five years.

The 36-year-old actor was convicted for stabbing a woman on the street that he has argued with. The stabbing incident was not the first since he was also charged with the same offense against a man in 2015. The man alleged that Jackson stabbed him nine times in different parts of his body. He was not convicted as the court ruled out a self-defense.

The convicted star will have to complete 52 anger management classes and 52 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. If he stays sober and free from drugs within the probation period and accomplishes the entire judge's requirements, his felony case will be lowered down to a misdemeanor.

Us Weekly reported that the case stemmed when he stabbed a woman near his home in 2015. The victim claimed that Jackson stabbed her in the arm, back, and leg before fleeing to a nearby hotel.

Jackson was a heartthrob in 1990s playing Hobie Buchannon, David Hasselhoff's son in "Baywatch." His stint with the show that started when he was 10 years old gave him stardom and money. However, while still on the show, he became addicted to drugs as a teenager that started his downfall according to People.

He has been in and out of rehab, was arrested at the age of 19 for cooking meth and did 90 days of jail time. He tried to go back to the limelight but failed. He became addicted to steroids. But the industry has been good to him. He was taken in as one of Celebrity Big Brother's housemates but was ejected after he ripped open a female housemate's dressing gown.

Not long after, he was stabbing people until his recent conviction. Jeremy Jackson had a taste of stardom but his addiction destroyed everything he has achieved. He left "Baywatch" after David Hasselhoff confronted him for using drugs.