‘BK Brawler’ & Plea
May 11, 2011 by Post Team
‘BK Brawler’ & Plea, The woman who broke a Burger King in Florida during spring break today are not opposed to a variety of criminal charges and was sentenced to 45 days in jail. A judge also banned Nekiva Hardy, 30 years old “BK fighter,” Burger King in Bay County, where he was videotaped March 19 her outburst by a fellow patron.
During an appearance in the Circuit Court this morning, Judge James Hardy Fensom also placed on five years probation, ordered to serve 100 hours of community service, and directed her to complete a program of anger management, according to a court record sheet. Hardy also has to pay fines, court costs and restitution totaling about 5000.
Hardy, pictured in the mug shot from the right, and has been in custody for 40 days, so it is likely to be released in the coming days, allowing you to return to Montgomery, Alabama, where she lives with her three young children.
Hardy crisis bikini video went viral Burger King in late March and apparently prompted researchers to hit her with a series of additional charges (which was initially accused of a simple misdemeanor).
Agents working group of the Marshals Service and the days of Montgomery County Sheriff Office after a TSG reporter asked if he planned to surrender voluntarily to the new charges arrested Hardy. “Fck them, they have to come after me,” she said. He added: “It will be difficult for me to find.”
From Fensom court jurisdiction is limited, Hardy can still enjoy the fare at any of the six Montgomery Burger King, the nearest of which is about three miles from home.
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