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Friday, August 17, 2007

Photographer Gets 140 Hours of Community Service for Assault on Heather Mills McCartney

Jay Kaycappa, who was found guilty earlier this summer of assaulting Heather Mills McCartney while he tried to get a photo of her, has been sentenced to 140 hours of community service and a 100 pound fine. He must also pay a fifty pound fine to her friend Mark Payne; he was also found guilty of assaulting Mr. Payne in a separate incident. Mr. Kaycappa must also pay court costs. Read more here.

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