What do you get for trying to carve up someone’s mug a sharp object? Twenty-four months in the greybar hotel, if that:
woman who pleaded no contest to slashing Leonardo DiCaprio's face with a glass at a house party five years has been sentenced to two years in state prison.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg sentenced Aretha Wilson on Tuesday after entered her plea to assault with a deadly weapon last month. The "Inception" star, who required surgery after the attack, did not attend the sentencing.
Yes, this happened half a decade ago. Why did it take so long to bring this to trial? One reason: she had other problems up in Canada. Hitting people with beer bottles is her metier. Her genre, if you will. Her forte.
A woman accused of slashing movie star Leonardo DiCaprio in Los Angeles won't be sent to stand trial in the U.S. city any time soon after she was found guilty in Toronto yesterday of assaulting her ex-boyfriend.
Aretha Wilson, 38, turned to her family and shook her head as Justice Bruno Cavion convicted her of assaulting ex-boyfriend Wyatt Cote, 34, moments before he fell to his death from his eighth-floor Toronto balcony on Feb. 5, 2006. She will be sentenced May 5.
Since she’s gotten that out of the way, she could fit her domestic sentencing into her busy, busy calendar.