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LOS ANGELES, August 30 (Itar-Tass) – Resident of Alaska Jessica Beagley, who has become widely known in the U.S. as a ‘hot sauce mom’, has gotten a suspended sentence for 180 days in jail and a suspended penalty of $ 2,500.
The punishment was awarded to her by the Anchorage District Court, says a report by The Anchorage Daily News.
Beagley was accused of cruelty towards her seven-year-old adopted Russian child Daniil Bukharov, whom she poured cold water on and whom she made keep a hot sauce in his mouth.
District Court Judge David Wallace said, however, Beagley and her son should continue attending the sessions of mandatory counseling.
He also warned that Beagley will not go to jail or be fined unless she breaks the conditions of her three-year probation.