💋 #TYzMmQ1ZWNm Miya Ponsetto pleads guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the [86 FILES :: 694 MB]

11 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto, 23, of California, pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime, according to the Manhattan District Attorney. Ponsetto, also known as. 11 avr. 2022 · Ms. Ponsetto pleaded not guilty at the time. On Monday, she pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree unlawful imprisonment as a hate crime, a felony. If she adheres to the plea’s terms, she. 11 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto had previously pleaded not guilty last summer to charges including unlawful imprisonment as a hate crime, aggravated harassment and child endangerment in the fray that unfolded at. 12 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto, 23, pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime in the December 2020 incident, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office announced on Monday. “Ms. Ponsetto displayed outrageous behavior,” Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said in a statement. 11 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto, 23, pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime after she accused Keyon Harrold Jr. of stealing her cell phone. 12 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto, 23, of Piru, pleaded guilty Monday to unlawful imprisonment as a hate crime, a felony, but will have a chance to replead to a misdemeanor aggravated harassment charge if. 12 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto, labeled “SoHo Karen,” entered a guilty plea on Monday to felony unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime for attacking Keyon Harrold Jr., a Black teenager. Ponsetto accused Harrold of stealing her phone in the Arlo SoHo hotel in Dec. 2020, according to the New York Post. 12 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto was charged with a hate crime for assaulting and falsely accusing a 14-year-old African American boy of stealing her phone back in 2020. She recently entered a plea deal and. Miya Ponsetto, the woman who falsely accused Black teen of stealing her phone at a New York City hotel agreed to a plea deal on Monday. According to the Manhattan District Attorney, she pleaded. Miya Ponsetto pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime after she accused a Black teen of stealing her cell phone. More coverage on the case here:. 11 avr. 2022 · Miya Ponsetto pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment in the second degree as a hate crime after she accused a Black teen of stealing her cell phone. NEW YORK -- A Southern California. 17 avr. 2022 · Ponsetto, 23, has admitted to unlawful imprisonment “as a hate crime.” However, she can plead again and have the charge reduced to misdemeanor aggravated harassment if she doesn’t cause any.