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The linebacker ‘spontaneously stated several times that he made a ‘woof-woof’ sound at the dog because the dog barked at him’ after being advised by officers that distracting the dog prevents it from properly doing its job while they arrested him, which he is charged with resisting.
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…..item 2)…. LB Antonio Morrison arrested again …

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Antonio Morrison Arrested Again

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GatorNation reporter Michael DiRocco talks about Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison’s future with the team after being arrested for allegedly barking at a police dog and resisting arrest.
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By Michael DiRocco | GatorNation
Updated: July 21, 2013, 3:39 PM ET

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida Gators linebacker Antonio Morrison has been arrested for the second time in five weeks, this time for allegedly barking at a police dog and resisting arrest, and will miss at least the first two games of the season after being suspended from the team Sunday.

Morrison’s defense was the dog barked first, according to a police report.
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According to an Alachua County Sheriff Office’s report, police responded to a suspicious incident and disturbance call at 3:43 a.m. Sunday at a Gainesville hotel adjacent to a nightclub. While officer William A. Arnold was investigating the vehicle that was the subject of the call, a group of several men were walking along SW 13th Street.

One of the men reportedly approached the patrol car and began barking at his police dog through the open window. The report said that caused the dog, named Bear, to bark back at the man, which Arnold says in his report diverted his attention from investigating the vehicle.

The report says Arnold told the man — later identified by his driver’s license as Morrison — to wait in front of his patrol car and the man resisted when Arnold tried to handcuff him. Two other officers arrived and helped detain Morrison, according to the report.

"I’m extremely disappointed in Antonio Morrison’s decision making," Florida coach Will Muschamp said in a statement. "He has been suspended from the team and will miss at least two games to begin the season."

Alachua County Sheriff’s spokesman Art Forgey said it’s rare for someone to harass a canine officer.

"We don’t see that very often at all," he said. "Gainesville Police Department has horses and they see it sometimes. Usually everybody steers clear of the dogs."

Morrison — a 6-foot-1, 230-pound sophomore expected to be the Gators’ starting middle linebacker this season — told the officers he barked at the dog because the dog barked at him first.

He was booked into the Alachua County Jail at 4:15 a.m. ET.

Muschamp had previously said he hadn’t decided whether to suspend Morrison as a result of a June 16 arrest for battery after he punched a nightclub bouncer because he was not given a discounted rate for admission. Muschamp said last Tuesday that Morrison was being punished inside the program for that transgression.

For that arrest, Morrison entered into a deferred prosecution, which stated he must pay 0 in prosecution costs and either an additional 0 or perform 12 hours of community service. He must also complete a University of Florida drug-and-alcohol abuse course, attend an anger-management course and participate in two eight-hour ride-alongs with the University of Florida Police Department.

If Morrison met those conditions within six months, the battery charge would be dismissed.

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…..item 3)…. Football star arrested for ‘barking at police dog outside Florida nightclub’ suspended from team …

… Antonio Morrison claimed the dog barked at him first
… Morrison was arrested five weeks ago for assaulting a nightclub bouncer

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PUBLISHED: 11:05 EST, 21 July 2013 | UPDATED: 12:41 EST, 21 July 2013

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A college football star has been arrested for barking at a police dog.

University of Florida (UF) linebacker Antonio Morrison was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly barking at a police dog while officers were responding to an unrelated dispute. His second arrest in two months has taken him off the field for at least two games.

Morrison has been suspended for at least the first two games of the season by UF coach Will Mushcamp after his second arrest in five weeks.
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Woof woof!: University of Florida linebacker Adam Morrison was arrested Saturday night for barking at a police dog

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Morrison ‘walked up to the open window’ of a squad car and ‘made barking sounds in the window where my K9 partner Bear was located,’ the arresting officer wrote in the report.

The linebacker ‘spontaneously stated several times that he made a ‘woof-woof’ sound at the dog because the dog barked at him’ after being advised by officers that distracting the dog prevents it from properly doing its job while they arrested him, which he is charged with resisting.

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Morrison, 19, was also arrested in June for assaulting a bouncer outside a Gainesville, FL bar making his latest arrest his second in only five weeks.

Citing those two arrests, Muschamp suspended Morrison for the opening game August 31 against Toledo and the following game on the road against the University of Miami, according to the Associated Press.

Morrison recently received deferred prosecution on the misdemeanor simple battery charge after being accused June 16 of punching a bouncer outside a Gainesville bar, records show.
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Blue chip: Antonio Morrison #12, of the Florida Gators, makes a tackle against the University of Tennessee during the 2012 season

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His record was to be clean if he stayed out of trouble, attended a drug and alcohol abuse program at UF, attended anger management classes and completed two ride-alongs with campus police, according to the Gainesville Sun.

Morrison is the second UF football player arrested in the past few weeks. Walk-on punter Grant Van Aman, 19, was arrested June 29 in Gainesville for DUI after riding his scooter through a stop sign directly in front of a Gainesville Police officer, according to WRCB.

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"Atomic Dog" is a song by George Clinton from his 1982 solo album "Computer Games". The track was released as a single in December of 1982. The single failed to reach the Top 100 of the Pop Chart at all, though it has arguably attained greater popular stature over the years since its release.

George Clinton’s P-Funk Collective reached its commercial and conceptual height in 1976 with the release of the Parliament album "Mothership Connection" and a series of spectacular concert tours. However, as the band and their concept of funk grew, the organization became entangled in internal dissension, legal disputes, and creative exhaustion.

"Atomic Dog" was the P-Funk Collective’s last single to reach #1 on the U.S. R&B chart. According to Clinton, most of the song’s lyrics were ad-libbed during the recording process. Although "Atomic Dog" is now regarded a classic in American popular music, and the rhythmic hook from "Atomic Dog" has been widely sampled by other musicians, it was held back from radio stations at first. George Clinton’s bad reputation in the industry, his political consciousness (as seen in his previous albums and recordings), and a general move towards more youthful-looking acts, kept his songs from being circulated on radio stations.

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Carter-Finley Stadium on October 6, 2012 … FSU News – NC State Hate (May 15, 2013) …item 2.. Turn on, tune in, to V89, ‘The Voice of Florida State’ (May 22, 2013) …

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NC State has been an oversized thorn in the side of Seminole athletics for too long now and being an ACC opponent, the ’Noles and Wolfpack have several different collision courses on different schedules. This past season, NC State has beaten almost every one of our school’s major athletic programs, including basketball, baseball and football.
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….item 1)…. NC State Hate …

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RALEIGH, NC – OCTOBER 06: Mike Glennon #8 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack celebrates after defeating the Florida State Seminoles 17-16 after their game at Carter-Finley Stadium on October 6, 2012 in Raleigh, North Carolina. / Streeter Lecka / Getty Images

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As Florida State Seminoles, we have teams that we will always love to hate, and losing in any athletic event to schools like Florida, Miami, or Clemson really gets under our skin. A win over any of those rival institutions is that much sweeter than a win over any other school, whether it’s a sport that’s so highly viewed and focused on as football or a sport that slips below most radars such volleyball or golf.

However, there is a school that isn’t on that list that has taken pride in spoiling our athletic seasons and conference records this whole entire 2012-2013 period, driving daggers into our hearts slowly but surely. Some of you may already know who I’m talking about and for those of you who don’t; I’ll give you a hint. They’re based out of Raleigh, North Carolina and sport the colors red and white.

Yes, the NC State Wolfpack.

NC State has been an oversized thorn in the side of Seminole athletics for too long now and being an ACC opponent, the ’Noles and Wolfpack have several different collision courses on different schedules. This past season, NC State has beaten almost every one of our school’s major athletic programs, including basketball, baseball and football.

The Wolfpack from Raleigh has irritated some of our teams during regular season play, but not quite sent our teams packing. NC State took our basketball teams, both men’s and women’s, down a peg this athletic year.

The men’s team was run out of the PNC arena by a score of 84-66, which was the final dagger in the team’s chances for an NCAA Tournament bid, followed by the women’s squad dropping a home game to The Pack only five days before.
Like the men’s basketball team, the men’s tennis team was dominated in Raleigh, being sent home with a 5-2 loss with an ACC loss that put them on the bad side of .500 in conference play.

Of the two sports that the Wolfpack completely spoiled seasons, one of came earlier in the year but will haunt many a Florida State supporter for years to come, and the other came very recently on the 11th of May.

Starting with the latter of the two, our ‘Noles softball team had an incredibly dominant season in terms of both an overall record, but also ACC record, only to be spoiled by none other than NC State.

After going 18-2 in ACC play, including a series sweep against the Wolpack in Raleigh, the ‘Noles sat atop the entire conference by a fairly large margin. With two wins in the Tallahassee-based ACC Championship game, our Seminoles had one last team to knock out before their 12th ACC title was rightfully earned, NC State. In what can only be described as a pitcher’s duel, the Wolfpack just sneaked out of Tallahassee with a 1-0 win over our 19th-ranked Seminole team.

The most haunting NC State memory we have in recent history is a football game we’ve all obsessed over the past seven months. Our highly coveted, yet slightly doubted third-ranked ‘Noles traveled to Raleigh in routine fashion on only the second road game of the season and look as if they’re on their way to a sixth straight victory, only to have a second half meltdown, allowing NC State to rally a comeback that would be completed in the dwindling seconds as Mike Glennon found Bryan Underwood for a touchdown, putting the Wolfpack on top by a score of 17-16.

With a single play, FSU’s national championship hopes came to an end, and Seminoles everywhere lowered their heads in defeat.

A happy ending and hope for redemption for our terribly strange story came through a series win from our fifth-ranked ‘Noles baseball team.

A series that began in NC State’s favor with a 3-1 Wolfpack win (a win that only added to the headache they’ve cause us already), ended well for our boys in Garnet and Gold as they piled on two convincing wins before the ride home, winning the second game 12-3 and then the third 8-4.

NC State being ranked seventh only made the series win that much sweeter.

With nearly all athletic schedules coming to an end, we can take a deep breath and start looking forward to the next group of seasons that are on their way in. The healing process began with the baseball team’s wins over the dreaded red and white, and will only get better when their football team comes to visit October 26th.

Hopefully, with a nice blowout of our tormentors, we can shake off the Wolfpack voodoo they clearly cast upon us and get back to showing them who’s boss.

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…..item 2)…. Turn on, tune in, to V89, ‘The Voice of Florida State’ …

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FSU’s local student radio station offers a large variety of genres and programming

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V89, FSU’s college radio station, incorporates different genres, local artists and fan favorites. / Zachary Goldstein / FSView

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You’re driving around town with the windows down and the radio is blaring to your favorite song. Nothing ruins the moment more than a sudden cut to what seems like an hour of commercials. Switch the dial to WVFS Tallahassee, 89.7FM, to enjoy a full 24 hours of commercial-free music. Known as “The Voice of Florida State,” V89 is a volunteer-run radio station with approximately 200 students and community members. Housed in the Diffenbaugh Building on FSU’s campus, V89 strives to air new music, along with playing many classics and tracks from local artists. They play an array of genres, including blues, jazz, soul, club, punk, hip hop and metal.

“WVFS Tallahassee is by objective standards one of the best college radio stations in the country,” General Manager and Faculty Program Director of V89 Dr. Misha Laurents said. “We help to expose new music and provide a true alternative in programming. We are excited to play CDs and vinyls (versus computer files), to have a live person on the air 24 hours a day, for 365 days a year and to take requests anytime.”

The station also informs the community about current sports, politics and airs free public service announcements for activities held in and around the Tallahassee area. V89 is also home to a multitrack recording studio where musical acts can perform. Affiliated with the FSU Student Government Association and the College of Communication and Information, V89 is nationally recognized by the Federal Communication Commission for its superb content and music choice. WVFS Tallahassee first hit the airwaves in September of 1987, and was recognized as a GAVIN station in 1991, an honor given to only a few stations in the country that helps to determine national music charts.

With the station’s reputation on the rise, it won the 1992 GAVIN Program Director of the Year award as well as the College Music Journal Director of the Year Award in 1993 which determines the CMJ Radio 200 and Core Radio Chart. After a pledge drive in 1994, V89 was able to upgrade to 2700 watts which allowed the station to reach outward of a 25-mile radius.

The 2000s was the start of a remarkable decade for the station, where it was nationally recognized in Rolling Stone Magazine, leading to its live audio streaming on their website. In 2001, musical legends Andrew Bird, Lesser Birds of Paradise and Aqueduct stopped by the station for an in-studio session. Along with its many awards, WVFS Tallahassee won a Bronze World Medal for Regularly Scheduled Comedy for its “Mickee Faust Fifth of Comedy” show from the New York Festivals Radio Programming Awards and the Communicator Award of Excellence.

The most popular programming on the station ranges from news updates to various music playlists. “Tomahawk Talk” airs Mondays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., where listeners can voice their opinions on past and upcoming sports games. Wake up to the musical stylings of “Caffeine-A-Go-Go” weekdays from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. or take a late-night study break and listen to local music, interviews and live performances on “Hootenanny,” airing Mondays from 10 p.m. to midnight.

Lastly, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the two-time winner of the New York Festival Radio Programming and Promotion Awards’ Bronze Medal, “Vox Populi,” where students can listen to information on current events, interviews and advice on monthly topics. “Vox Populi” airs the second Wednesday of every month from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Students are also encouraged to get involved with the renowned V89. The station holds a cattle call at the beginning of each semester. “You can work in all facets of radio broadcast including news, sports, writing, public
relations/promotions, production and announcing,” said Laurents. “No experience is required. We provide hands-on training for all positions.” Come get a taste of what V89 has to offer. WVFS Tallahassee has every Seminoles’ music, sports and news needs covered. Visit V89 on wvfs.fsu.edu for more information.

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The Astonished Heart (1950) …item 2.. Chris Rock – the difference between men and women …item 4a / 4b.. ‘Did You Say ‘F**k Me?’ Judge Sentences Florida Teen (February 5th, 2013) …

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Penelope Soto, 18, was sentenced to nearly a month behind bars for contempt of court after she flipped off Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat.
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The film follows the growing obsession of a psychiatrist for a good-time girl (Leighton) and the resulting tragedy this leads to.
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…..item 1)….equivocality … inspired by pretty much everything … equivocality.com

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During his Emmy-award win­ning per­for­mance, Kill the Messenger, Chris Rock had a hilar­i­ous bit on the dif­fer­ences between men and women. He sums it up succinctly:

Women can­not go back­wards in lifestyle. Men can­not go back­wards sexually.

An exam­ple he uses for women is the first time they get into a nice, warm car after club­bing, wav­ing bye to their friends who are wait­ing for the bus in the cold. After that, they can’t be with a man who doesn’t have a car, or as Rock puts it, “That’s how the fuck you roll for the rest of your life”. This extends to guys with their own places, then guys who take them on vacation.

On men, he says, “Once we get the sex we like, that’s how the fuck we roll. I like my cof­fee like this, I like my steak like this, and I like to fuck like this…Ladies, don’t get mad at us. Get mad at our ex-girlfriends. She’s the one that [sic] spoiled it for every­body” because if your ex-girlfriend licks your ass, you expect your cur­rent girl­friend to do the same.

For me, the same is true for girls in gen­eral, but not just in these aspects. I can’t be with a girl who refuses to try exotic foods or refuses to give uncon­ven­tional music a chance, who wouldn’t rec­og­nize the effort I put into my presents, who wouldn’t cher­ish the love and affec­tion I give, who wouldn’t under­stand me, or wouldn’t laugh at my stu­pid jokes, because I’ve been with girls who are a com­bi­na­tion of open-minded, appre­cia­tive, roman­tic, on the same wave­length as me, and actu­ally find me funny (when not com­pletely awkward).

That’s why this entire idea scares me.

I know most peo­ple get more flex­i­ble on things about their mates as they head towards (or beyond) the mar­ry­ing age but I seem to be mov­ing the oppo­site direc­tion. Each girl I’ve been with has been an improve­ment over the last. Now the bar has been raised so damn high I don’t think I’ll ever get there again, and I’d rather be alone than com­pro­mise or settle.

My stan­dards are get­ting higher, and I can’t go back.

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…..item 3)…. Woman gets month in jail for flipping off Florida judge … U.S. News on NBCNews.com …

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A Florida woman who gave a judge the middle-finger at a bond hearing on Monday got a judicial thumbs-down in return: 30 days in jail.

Penelope Soto, 18, was sentenced to nearly a month behind bars for contempt of court after she flipped off Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat.

Soto, who had been arrested for illegal possession of Xanax, was apparently indignant after Rodriguez-Chomat raised her bond from ,000 to ,000.

But even before Soto gave Rodriguez-Chomat the one-finger salute, they weren’t exactly seeing eye-to-eye. Earlier in the hearing, Soto laughed at the judge after he asked her how much her jewelry was worth.

"It’s not a joke," he is seen saying in video recorded in the courtroom (above). "You know, we’re not in a club right now. We are not in a club. Be serious about it."

"I’m serious about it. You just made me laugh," Soto responds. "I apologize. It’s worth a lot of money."

The judge still wanted to know: How much money?

"Like Rick Ross [money]," Soto replied, referencing to blinged-out South Florida hip-hop star. "It’s worth money."

But the reference was lost on Rodriguez-Chomat, who asked Soto if she’d taken any drugs in the past day.

"Actually, no," Soto said.

Rodriguez-Chomat set Soto’s bond at ,000, sending her off with a wry "bye-bye."
"Adios," Soto replied with a laugh.

But the annoyed judge asked her to return to the stand and promptly reset her bond at ,000 — much to Soto’s surprise.

"Are you serious?" Soto asked incredulously.

"I am serious," he replied. "Adios."

It’s then that Soto gave Rodriguez-Chomat the finger, throwing in an expletive, for good measure. That’s when the judge slapped Soto with a 30-day jail sentence.

Of course, not all birds are created equal. In May 2006, a New York man, John Swartz, was arrested for disorderly conduct after he flipped off a police officer. But last month, a federal appeals court overturned a lower-court decision holding that giving a cop the middle-finger warrants arrest.

The middle-finger, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Circuit Appeals wrote in their decision, is an "ancient gesture of insult" and "is not the basis for a reasonable suspicious of a traffic violation or impending criminal activity."

Swartz’s lawyer, Elmer Robert Keach III, praised the court’s decision as an "important victory for civil rights."

"It reaffirms that just because you insult a police officer [it] doesn’t give that police officer the right to detain you or arrest you and take away your liberty," Keach told the Associated Press.
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…..item 4a)…. ‘Did You Say ‘F**k Me?’ Judge Sentences Florida Teen To 30 Days In Jail For Cursing At Him … Mediaite …. www.mediaite.com

by Matt Wilstein | 3:19 pm, February 5th, 2013

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18-year-old Penelope Soto taught an important lesson to millions of young Americans when she was called before a Florida judge yesterday on a drug possession charge. Soto laughed when the judge asked if she had consumed any drugs in the last 24 hours and then said “adios” after he set her bail at ,000. She stopped laughing when he asked her to return and raised the bond to ,000.

“Are you serious?” Soto asked. The judge replied, “I am serious. Adios.”

At that point, Soto apparently gave the judge the finger and shouted an expletive at him. He then asked Soto point blank, “Did you say ‘fuck me’?” When she said she did, he found her in criminal contempt of court and sentenced her to 30 days in a county jail.

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…..item 4b)…. Penelope Soto, Miami Teen, Flips Off Judge And Gets A Month In Jail or 10,00 …

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Penelope Soto, Miami Teen, Flips Off Judge And Gets A Month In Jail or 10,000$ Bail

Miami – Have we learned nothing from Lindsey Lohan? A South Miami-Dade teen who had the audacity to taunt a judge now has a month to think it over.

18-year-old Penelope Soto appeared in bond court Monday, charged with possessing bars of Xanax, but things got worse when she flipped the judge the bird.

According to Local 10, the teen was arrested Sunday evening after telling police she crashed her bike while high on the prescription drug.

A giggly Soto approached the bench to hear the charges. NBC6 reports that when Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat asked the girl if she was high, she responded, "Actually, no."

After bond was set at ,000, Soto told the judge "Adios," a remark which rubbed Rodriguez-Chomat the wrong way — and led him to double her bail.

"Are you serious?" remarked a shocked Soto.

"I am serious! ‘Adios!’" replied the judge.

Then as Soto was leaving, she flipped off the judge, leading him to call her back to the stand.

"Did you say, fuck me?" asked Rodriguez-Chomat.

"Yes sir, I did," Soto responded.

The judge then remanded her to 30 days in jail for contempt of court, in addition to the original charge of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.

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Published on Feb 8, 2013

Penelope Soto Apologizes To Judge after flipping her off!
Penelope flips judge off and gets 30 days in prison and she apoligses to the judge.
Girl apologizes to judge after flipping him off.

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…..item 5)…. Daily News … NYDailyNews.com / US … www.nydailynews.com/news/

Florida teen gets 30 days in jail for insult to Miami judge

Penelope Soto, 18, who was arrested for illegal possession of Xanax, should have taken a chill pill before cheesing off a Miami judge who gave her a 30-day sentence for contempt of court.

BY ADAM EDELMAN / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2013, 5:11 PM
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Penelope Soto (right) is visibly shocked to hear that her bond has been doubled after her disrespectful behavior toward Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat (left) on Monday.

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A cranky Florida teenager, upset over getting arrested for drug possession, lashed out at a Miami judge during her bond hearing Monday, flipping him the bird and earning a 30-day sentence for contempt in the process.

Penelope Soto, who had been arrested for having Xanax and was charged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, was brought before Miami-Dade County Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat on Monday.

The stern jurist asked the 18-year-old Soto, who was wearing an orange jail jumpsuit, about her assets, probing into how much her jewelry was worth, according to NBCMiami.com.

Soto, who had been laughing and smiling through the hearing, chuckled at the question.
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In response, Soto curses at the judge and flashes him a vulgar hand gesture (right).

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“It’s not a joke, you know, we’re not in a club now," Rodriguez-Chomat said. "We are not in a club, be serious about it."

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"I’m serious about it, you just made me laugh," Soto responded. "You just made me laugh, I apologize. It’s worth a lot of money."

"Like Rick Ross. It’s worth money," she added, referencing the Florida rapper.

Rodriguez-Chomat, not understanding the reference, asked Soto if she was on drugs and set her bond at ,000.

He dismissed her with a curt “bye-bye,” to which Soto replied, “Adios.”

The judge, now aggravated at the defendant’s lack of respect, asked her to come back and raised her bond to ,000.

… RELATED: MIAMI COPS FIRED FOR IGNORING EMERGENCY CALLS
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Penelope Soto, in her mug shot. The teen was before the judge for a bond hearing related to her arrest for possession of Xanax. After her outburst, she was not released on bail.

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“Are you serious,” the now-shocked Soto said.

“I am serious,” Rodriguez-Chomat said, prompting Soto to walk away and deliver him a blatant rebuke.

She flipped her middle finger up in the air and yelled, “f— you,” to the jurist.

Rodriguez-Chomat, now shocked himself, called her back to the bench again and gave her a 30-day sentence for contempt of court.

The sentence, which will give Soto plenty of time to think about the mistake, was to begin immediately.

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