By Jill Reilly. A Miami teenager who made national headlines for flipping off a judge was released from jail Friday after she tearfully apologized for her actions. Penelope Soto, 18, apologized before Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat, saying she was under the influence of Xanax and alcohol when she made the obscene gesture. Video of the confrontation went viral online. Scroll down for video. Penelope Soto, 18, who made national headlines for flipping off a judge was released from jail Friday after she tearfully apologized for her actions.
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Even though it showed up a bit later this year, the wet season has arrived. You know, our main season that seems to stretch from fall through to the end of June. One note: Spaces sometimes close for events or holidays, so we recommend calling ahead or checking the Facebook page before heading out. For even more ideas for indoor play time, check out our family fun calendar or our South Sound-area rainy-day play list. In every season but summer, more than 20 Seattle community centers offer baby and toddler indoor play sessions designed for kids ages 5 and younger, complete with balls, trikes, scooters, push bikes and more. Also find a full espresso bar, hot and cold sandwiches and snacks, beer and wine. And the wifi is solid. Birthday party packages are available; check the Facebook page for upcoming events. This fun free play space located inside Ballard Church went on a hiatus for a while.
By Daily Mail Reporter. Metamorphosis: Penelope Soto, 18, showed in a Miami courtroom for her arraignment looking prim and proper, and spoke to the judge politely less than a month after her infamous court appearance. A Florida teenager who became famous by flipping off a judge last month received a round of applause in court for cleaning up her act. Appearing before a different judge for her arraignment on a drug charge in a Miami courtroom Monday, a prim Penelope Soto received high praise for her attitude adjustment. Soto's February 4 court appearance went viral when a video captured the year-old making a lewd gesture to Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat after he set her bond in a drug possession case. As a result, the disrespectful teen was held in contempt of court and sentenced to 30 days in prison, WSVN reported. However, she ended up spending only five days behind bars after issuing an emotional apology to the judge, saying that her behavior was irrational and fueled by Xanax and alcohol.