Published: Fri, February 15, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Woman charged with tossing chairs off balcony of Canada high-rise

Woman charged with tossing chairs off balcony of Canada high-rise

The woman who was allegedly filmed in a video throwing a chair from a balcony onto the Gardiner Expressway over the weekend has surrendered to police.

The woman surrendered around 7 a.m. Wednesday morning to Toronto police's 52 Division.

She was charged with mischief - endanger life, mischief - damage property under $5000 and common nuisance.

"Depending on a number of other factors, she could be released on her own recognizance, or she can be released before the court later today".

Meanwhile, Qureshi says that Zoia's lawyer also added that she feels bad about what happened and especially about the attention it's received.

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Leslie said she understands the public outage.

Airbnb responded in a statement. Video of the incident sparked widespread outrage.

After her bail hearing, Zoia applied lipstick and straightened her hair on the elevator ride before staring silently at the cameras outside the College Park courthouse.

Toronto police spokesperson David Hopkinson said on Monday he was "outraged" at the incident. "We have no evidence at this time to suggest that the accused has ever been an Airbnb user, but we have suspended the account of a guest with a reservation at the building pending further review". Airbnb spokesman Ben Breit said the company reached out to Toronto police to offer its full support in their investigation "of any individuals involved with this abhorrent act". She said Zoia came to Canada from Brazil just before ninth grade and lived with her mom. "We will just take this through the proper course, through the right channels and we'll go from there". "This is irresponsible behavior that is unacceptable".

"I think it's a good thing that she turned herself in, but it doesn't change the apparent irresponsible behaviour", he said at an unrelated event Tuesday.

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