A harassment charge against Rockets forward Terrence Jones was dropped on Tuesday after a compromise was reached on the civil case, the Portland Oregonian reported citing court records.

Jones agreed to pay $10,000 to a charity that benefits the homeless to be designated by the alleged victim’s lawyer.

Jones, 22, pled not guilty to a charge (a Class B misdemeanor) that he intentionally stepped on a homeless man, Daniel John Kellerher, July 31 in Portland, his hometown. His attorney at the time said that Jones and others were directed by police to the sidewalk where the man slept and that Jones did not intend to step on him.