Lynn man sentenced to prison for selling fake steroids online

Lynn man sentenced to prison for selling fake steroids online

He pled guilty to robbery, attempted aggravated robbery, making a false writing, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and two misdemeanors: driving while suspended and driving under the influence.

The decision came after Judge Datuk Tun Abd Majid Tun Hamzah set aside the sessions court order sentencing her to be bound over for five years on a good behaviour bond of RM20,000.

She used the k-word almost 50 times during a racist tirade after a smash-and-grab incident.

Momberg was sentenced to an effective two years behind bars in the Randburg Magistrates Court on Wednesday after calling police officers the k-word in a verbal attack that was caught on camera.

In 2016, a viral video showed her severely injured, lying near a drain in Mutiara Damansara.

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Momberg stood unmoved in the dock and repeatedly wiped her tears when Magistrate Pravina Rugoonandan read her judgment.

"Respect for one another is sacrosanct‚ we are all human beings‚" Raghoonandan said. "After being found guilty of hate speech, Ms Momberg failed to comply with the Equality Court order and the SAHRC is now pursuing a contempt of court order against Ms Momberg", Smith said.

"The crime of crimen injuria is generally not considered a serious offence‚ it depends how a particular person's dignity has been impaired".

Momberg's attorney says she'll appeal the conviction and sentence. "This amount will be given to the victim", public prosecutor Sameer Khira said. She is appealing this order.

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