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Woman Thrown In Jail For Encouraging Looting In Facebook Live Video

People still don’t understand that what you post on social media may very well have consequences.  A Michigan woman just learned that as she now faces up to 10 years behind bars for encouraging others to loot and throw bricks at buildings in a Facebook Live video.

Alexandria “Ally” Lyons posted the live-streamed video over the weekend during riots in Grand Rapids that left more than 100 businesses damaged. In the video, she is seen swigging a beer, likely stolen from a bar called Mojo’s in Grand Rapids, and showing off clothes allegedly swiped from F. David Barney Clothiers. She can also be heard multiple times encouraging her friends and others to throw bricks or other objects at windows of multiple businesses downtown and at one point picks up a brick herself and mentions heading ‘back to the courthouse.

The 22-year-old was nabbed after numerous people ratted her out to police, saying she “was responsible for causing and creating a lot of damage in the downtown area.”

Source: MLive

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