Stephen Medawis, the man that bit off a woman's nose at a party, pleaded no contest in court Tuesday morning.
Medawis remains in Kent County Jail without bond until his scheduled sentencing on August 1, 2012.
Medawis plead no contest to one count of causing mayhem.
Polly Snyder, 44, the woman who was attacked, was allegedly arguing with Medawis at a party back in January.
Snyder was rushed to the hospital, she has since gone through several surgeries to reconstruct her nose.
While investigators were interviewing witnesses at the scene, Stephen Medawis, 56, returned and told officers he bit off Snyder's nose on purpose.
He was arrested and was charged with mayhem, a 10-year felony at the time.
Grand Rapids Police Captain Jeffrey Hertel said back in January, "It was a very brutal act, the officers found a lot of blood when they arrived and we did find evidence and parts of the nose."
Medawis has a lengthy criminal past and has previously been arrested for crimes ranging from disorderly begging, trespassing, drinking in public, littering, illegal entry, assault and battery, contempt of court, domestic violence, urinating in public and much more.
Snyder made a frantic 9-1-1 call from a payphone in west Grand Rapids on January 9, 2012, shortly after Medawis tore her nose off with his teeth. In the chaos, she didn’t even realize what had happened to her nose until she woke up in the hospital the next day.
“[He was] grabbing at me and making passes at me and I wasn`t going for it,” Snyder told FOX 17 back in January. “I went to swing at him, smack his hand away and tell him to stop, and that’s really all I remember until waking up in the hospital the next day.The damage was devastating. Snyder had black eyes and swelling from the first round of surgeries and she faced as many as six or seven more surgeries to finish rebuilding her nose.