What has happened is that a Manhattan judge did agree on Tuesday to put Willis’s case to rest without doing any jail time or probation if she does two days of service.
The Brown University student also didn’t have to be in court or enter any plea. Her lawyer, Stacey Richman, says prosecutors,
”took a logical approach to assessing the situation.”
Willis had been arrested just last month as she had been sipping a beer in Union Square in violation of an open-container law.
Police related back that she also handed over to them a phoney identification — a misdemeanor. She was twenty at the time then and turned twenty one this month.