George MichaelGeorge Michael pleaded guilty to two drug charges in a London court, the Associated Press reports -- including driving under the influence and possession.

Michael acknowledged that he was under the influence of drugs and also had marijuana on his person when he crashed his Range Rover into a Snappy Shop in the U.K. capital on July 4.

This isn't the first time the 'Faith' singer has found himself in trouble with the law for drug-related reasons. The Grammy winner was arrested in 2008 for possession after police caught him with drugs in a public restroom.

In 2007, his license was suspended after he hit three parked cars and fled the scene. His driving privileges were reinstated last year.