‘Memba that little incident last fall when “Blood, Sweat & Heels” star Geneva S. Thomas was arrested for cracking a champagne (or vodka) bottle over her co-star Melyssa Ford’s head? (Forgot? Read about it here)
Well, Thomas appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday, pleading guilty to one count of third degree assault—a reduced charge, according to TMZ.
In return, the judge sentenced the 32-year-old to 10 days of community service.
Yep, Thomas, who is a journalist who worked as an editor with Ebony.com, has a lot for which to be thankful.
TMZ also reported that Thomas' sentence requires her to avoid any trouble and keep her distance from Ford unless they're filming together. As TMZ pointed out, the last condition seems "risky" considering the bottle incident happened while they were filming their Bravo TV show.
A lot of viewers really want to know what happened since the two seemed friendly. Future episodes surely will explain this. No word on how Ford, who was a popular music video model, feels about the sentence.
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In the meantime, Sunday's episode explained what happened when Thomas' feud with a New York cabbie resulted in her arrest (Oh, Geneva). The unfortunate event happened last September during New York Fashion Week.
Thomas said she was arrested after refusing to pay a taxi driver who she believed overcharged her.
"I never would have imagined this for myself. I pay my taxes, I go to work, I don't litter. I'm not a bad person," a tearful Thomas said.
We wouldn’t have imagined this for you, either, girl.
For Thomas’ sake, I hope this taxi-feud case ends similarly to her confrontation with Ford. I also hope she’s being more mindful about how she interacts with people, whether she’s at fault or not, because, this doesn’t happen to everyone.
“Blood, Sweat & Heels” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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