Keevonna Wilson, 26, agreed to pay a $600 fine and placed on four years of probation the following 2017 animal cruelty incident.
A Instagram model avoided jail time, almost two years after she was caught on surveillance video viciously kicks her dog, which she called her “best friend,” in an elevator, a report said.
Keevonna Wilson, 26, agreed to a plea deal that sentenced to four years of probation, ordered her to pay a $600 fine and write a letter to the court in addressing the cruelty to animals, the Miami Herald reported. Wilson will not be convicted of animal cruelty, after a judge granted her a “reject of a judicial decision” on the payment.
Wilson was charged with animal cruelty in September 2017, after she was captured on video repeatedly kicking her little Shih Tzu-Yorkie mix named Chastity, while in an elevator in her apartment in Aventura, Fla.
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The dog suffered bruising on her belly. Chastity is removed by the Miami-Dade Animal Services and available for adoption.
Wilson later said she was angry at her dog for peeing in the elevator. Her lawyer also said that Wilson, who runs the Instagram flawlessworld, trying not to seriously hurt her pet.
The Instagram-model focused on the animal cruelty case on her Instagram on Saturday, saying they wholeheartedly apologize to anyone that was affected by [her] wrong.”
“My actions were despicable and downright inappropriate. I was totally hurt by my choice of that day. I never would have allowed due to anger problems to dictate how I would treat my own defenseless dog,” she wrote in a long statement.
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Wilson said she took anger management classes after the incident to deal with its “internal problems.”
“I took anger management classes, because I wanted to deal with the root of the reason why I reacted in such a horrible way. I’ve lost my best friend [sic] (My dog) because of my anger problems. I let this be a lesson to myself and others when it comes to the anger issues,” she wrote. “Get help before it’s too late and you do something terrible. I have to deal with my bad choices for the rest of my life.”
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Wilson said she’s discussing the case almost two years later, because it is resolved. She has also sworn to help animals who have been abused and give her 54,000 followers updates on her progress.
“I went through the system and paid legally for my hurt; now I want to go a step further and help the dogs, that the experience of abuse,” she concludes her statement.
Wilson also posted a video that showed Chastity with the caption: “I will always love her.”