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Video: Ohio Breast-Milk Sprayer Gets Probation

August 04, 2011  | 

VIDEO: Ohio Teacher's Arrest for Breast-Milk Attack

The intoxicated Ohio woman who drunkenly sprayed a deputy with her breast milk while resisting arrest will serve two years of probation after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors.

Stephanie Robinette, 30, received her sentence during a Monday court appearance. She also must pay $200 in fines, attend anger management classes, and serve 40 hours of community service related to the late-June incident.

Robinette, who was fired from her teaching job, can be seen in patrol car video footage cursing at officers, after locking herself in a vehicle. Robinette and her husband, Craig, had been fighting at a wedding reception.

In the footage, a deputy can be heard telling Robinette, "Please put the breast away." In response, she tells the officer, "It's my American right."

Later, Robinette accuses the officer of acting racist. When he asks why he is a racist, she tells him, "Oh, because I'm a female."

Robinette was fired from her teaching job at Summit Academy on Columbus' East Side in early July. State officials are considering revoking her license for "conduct unbecoming" an educator.

Robinette and her husband have filed for divorce, and Craig requested a continuation of a no-contact order.

Source: Columbus Dispatch

Related: Drunk Wife Sprays Deputies with Breast Milk


Comments (2)

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Tom @ 8/5/2011 10:36 AM

The poor woman is probably mineral deficient. Postpartum depression.
Check out Wallach Wisdom Encyclopedia A-Z. Even Manic/Depressive, emotional instability responds well to good quality supplementation.

Tom Ret LPD @ 8/5/2011 12:57 PM

Deputy was obviously lactose intolerant.

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