Prison for Ex-Miss Arizona contestant Kumari Fulbright in kidnap plot
Yesterday, December 9, Kumari Fulbright was sentenced in a 2007 kidnapping and torture of Joshua Conway, her ex-boyfriend.
It has been reported that Kumari Fulbright struck a plea deal.
Judge Michael Miller of the Pima County Superior Court sentenced Kumari to two years in prison.
He also ordered her to pay $15,000 restitution.
She will be allowed to move to Florida to serve her six months probation when she finishes her prison time.
She had three other men help her. Robert Ergonis, also an ex-boyfriend was one of her accomplices and allegedly was the ringleader. David Radde and Larry Hammond also helped in the kidnapping.
It was reported that Kumari had asked her boyfriend Joshua to sell some jewelry that Robert, a previous boyfriend had given her.
After Joshua and her broke up Robert came back into her life. When he asked where the jewelry was that he had bought her, she told Robert that Joshua had stolen and sold the jewelry.
The Edutainment Blog reports: A former UA law school student and beauty queen Kumari Fulbright was sentenced to two years in prison plus six years’ probation Thursday for her part in the kidnapping and torture of her former boyfriend.
Salon tells us: Sheas part of a plea agreement that stipulated the prison sentence.
The Inquisitr reveals some amends she must make: The judge also ordered Fulbright to pay $15,000 in restitution in the case.
With the help of two other men, Kumari and Robert kidnapped Joshua.
They then beat him and cut Joshua with a knife. He was then held at gunpoint.
Several hours later he managed to escape.
Robert Ergonis was convicted of several charges and will be sentenced next week.
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