Woman sentenced to 2 months fast-food job after assault at Chipotle

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WASHINGTON, Dec 7, (Agencies): A woman, Rosemary Hayne, who threw a bowl of hot food at a Chipotle worker, Emily Russell, has been sentenced to a month in jail along with two months of employment at a fast-food establishment. The incident, which occurred on Sept 5, gained widespread attention after viral videos captured Hayne berating and then assaulting Russell at close range. Hayne, a 39-year-old mother of four, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge, leading to her recent sentencing in the municipal court of Parma, Ohio.

During the hearing, Judge Timothy Gilligan presented Hayne with a choice between a 90-day jail sentence or a 30-day jail term in addition to 60 days of working in a fast-food job. He framed it as an opportunity for Hayne to “walk in her shoes” and learn about proper treatment of others.

Hayne opted for the latter, expressing her desire to experience the challenges of working in the service industry. As of Wednesday, she has yet to secure employment, as noted by both Judge Gilligan and her attorney, Joseph O’Malley. O’Malley highlighted that Hayne had no criminal record before the incident and emphasized her genuine remorse for her actions on that particular day.

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