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09 April 2019, Bavaria, München: When entering the courtroom, the defendant holds a red file cover in front of her face. On the right is her lawyer Ali Aydin. Among other things, the woman is accused of having kept a five-year-old girl as a slave and of having let her die of thirst. Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa (Photo by Peter Kneffel/picture alliance via Getty Images)

She was also ordered to have no contact with the victims, unless therapeutic or legal setting.

South Park Susan Westwood makes her apperance in court  and pled guilty to charges: misuse of 911, and two counts simple assault for harrasing two African-American females at their apartment complex.

Judge Cureton sentenced her to 12 months of unsupervised probation According to.  Westwood was also ordered to pay court costs. according to WBTV 3 News.

according to WBTV 3 News, Westwood was ordered to by judge Cureton to participate in community support meetings and AA alcohol programs as a result of her substance abuse assessment, according to a CMPD news release.

The judge also ordered her to actively participate in meetings of the White People Caucus, a group organized by Organizing Against Racism to encourage participants to examine and deconstruct internalized racial superiority and develop a deeper awareness of the power and privilege, according to a news release.

She is also required to attend an October conference hosted by Race Matters for Juvenile Justice.  She was ordered to have no contact with the victims unless that contact is in the realm of a therapeutic or legal setting.

SouthPark Susan Makes Court Appearance

Susan Westwood, the woman also known as SouthPark Susan, had a court appearance in reference to the charges she faces following a viral video that shows her harassing two women in south Charlotte. For more details on the case click here: http://ow.ly/XIXf30nLOyT

Posted by WCCB, Charlotte's CW on Wednesday, February 20, 2019
SouthPark Susan Makes Court Appearance

Susan Westwood, the woman also known as SouthPark Susan, had a court appearance in reference to the charges she faces following a viral video that shows her harassing two women in south Charlotte. For more details on the case click here: http://ow.ly/XIXf30nLOyT

Posted by WCCB, Charlotte's CW on Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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