A teenage boy accused of injuring his 16-year-old girlfriend by pushing her from a 60-foot bridge in southwest Washington in August pleaded guilty Monday that he had condemned a reckless threat A prosecutor did not recommend imprisonment. She is sentenced on March 27.
Smith pushed Jordan Holgerson off the Moulton Falls Regional Park Bridge on August 7 northeast of Vancouver. Holgerson suffered six broken ribs and punctured lungs.
Smith Charged with Charge 19 About one and a half weeks after the incident, there was a reckless threat, an offense that resulted in a maximum sentence of one year in prison and a $ 5,000 fine.
She did not plead guilty in December. Last month, Smith was offered a plea, the details of which were not released in court.
The 10-second video clip of the incident captured on a mobile phone became viral.
Holgerson originally planned to jump off the bridge into a river about 60 feet below, but she said she had changed her mind.
She recently said in an interview on NBC's "Today" that she is looking forward to Smith's conviction, but she does not know what Smith's punishment is.
"Some days I want her to go to jail," said Holgerson. "And some days, I think that might be too hard."
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