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Canada Chair-thrower Marcella Zoia pleads guilty to mischief in Toronto court

23:10  15 november  2019
23:10  15 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A woman accused of tossing a chair off a condo balcony in downtown Toronto has surrendered to police. Marcella Zoia , 19, has been charged with mischief

Marcella Zoia leaves College Park court after appearing on charges related to the chair - throwing incident. Rick Madonik/ Toronto Star via Getty Images. When asked by reporters why his client threw a chair off a balcony, he replied, “There were people there causing peer pressure … she is a young

TORONTO — A Toronto woman accused of throwing a chair off a downtown high-rise balcony has pleaded guilty to mischief causing danger to life.

Nineteen-year-old Marcella Zoia made the plea in a packed Toronto courtroom this morning, acknowledging she was the woman seen in a video that went viral in February.

A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for Jan. 14.

a person standing in front of a door © Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises Inc Crown prosecutors say they will seek a six-month prison sentence in the case.

Zoia's lawyer, Greg Leslie, said he would seek a suspended sentence, saying six months in prison was too harsh for a woman his client's age.

Leslie said he expected two other charges against Zoia in the incident would be dropped.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 15, 2019.

 

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