'Botox Bandit' gets four years probation

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 18 (UPI) -- The "Botox Bandit," a Florida woman who received several Botox injections without paying, pleaded no contest to charges stemming from a 2010 incident.

Maria Chrysson, who was previously sentenced to two years of probation in September to charges stemming from a Botox theft incident in Miami-Dade County, pleaded no contest Thursday in Fort Lauderdale to grand theft and criminal use of personal identification, WPLG-TV, Ft. Lauderdale, reported Friday.


The charges stemmed from a July incident at the office of Dr. Shino Bay Aguilera in Fort Lauderdale. Chrysson was accused of receiving more than $3,000 worth of Botox and lip-filler injections and never returning to pay after saying she was going to an ATM. Police said she let her purse behind at the office.

Chrysson was sentenced Thursday to four years probation and ordered to pay $3,200 restitution.

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