A homeless California lady was sentenced to six months in prison on Thursday after confessing to tagging government buildings in downtown Los Angeles with expletive-filled graffiti against President-elect Donald Trump.
Victoria Bay, 37, was detained on November 22, two days after she sprey painted the walls of the Hall of Justice, the Hall of Records, a criminal justice center and an adjacent business with messages offending Trump.
She was arrested by patrol officers who had seen surveillance video and perceived her unmistakable electric-blue hair.
Powers said she had brought about more than $10,000 in damage.
Bay pleaded guilty to one felony count of vandalism on Thursday and was sentenced to 180 days in prison and three years probation. She was likewise ordered to pay restitution in an amount not yet set.