TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- A former Carolina Panthers cheerleader received six months probation after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct and obstructing a police officer for her role in a restaurant bathroom brawl.
Angela Keathly, 26, entered her plea Wednesday. The Nov. 6 fight broke out after women in line to use the bathroom accused Keathly and fellow cheerleader Victoria Renee Thomas of hogging a stall to have sex.
Members of the Topcats cheer squad had come to Florida to watch the Panthers play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Panthers fired the pair.
Thomas, who has denied the sex allegations, has pleaded not guilty to giving a false name to a police officer, battery and unlawful display of a license. The giving a false name charge is a felony; the other two charges are misdemeanors.
Thomas is being sued by a bar patron who claims Thomas punched her.
Still one of my favorite stories of 2005. I have to run - got an appointment here at the office - so someone else will have to post the obligatory pic of these two...