SAN DIEGO -- Former San Diego Mayor
The felony count involves allegations of false imprisonment by violence, fraud, menace and deceit.
The count alleges that Filner used "undue" force to hold a woman against her will.
The battery counts involve accusations that he kissed one woman and grabbed another by the buttocks.
In addition to the agreement on running for office and his pension, Filner also agreed to spend three months in home confinement. He will also undergo treatment as "directed by a mental health professional" during his three years of probation.
Filner, 71, the city's first Democratic mayor in 20 years, resigned Aug. 30 after cutting a deal with the City Council for the city to defend him against a sexual-harassment lawsuit filed by an ex-staffer.
All nine council members had called for his resignation.