Woman turns herself in after chair-throwing video goes viral

Pauline Gross
February 14, 2019

One resident of the building from which the chair was thrown said she was angry when she learned what happened.

Det. Todd Higo said Marcella Zoia turned herself and would appear in court later Wednesday.

Her lawyer said she was embarrassed and understands the public anger generated by the alleged incident.

Even if it was a random act, the woman could still be charged with mischief endangering life, Hopkinson said. She was released on $2,000 bail and ordered to live with her mother.

Zoia was also prohibited from contacting the other four people on the balcony or from possessing any weapons, ammunition, explosives or intimidating device.

She is also not to attend two addresses - one on Maple Leaf Square and the other on Bremner Boulevard.

"She wished it never happened".

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"It was not just a lark gone bad".

"We're going to have discussions with the Crown's office. We'll see how this works, but that's a long way down the road", Leslie said.

After the video went viral, police asked the woman in the footage to surrender.

Constable David Hopkinson said the apartment was being used as a short-term rental.

Neighbours told CTV News Toronto that they believed it was being operated as one that day.

Airbnb said Wednesday that it has contacted Toronto police and offered its support in the investigation.

"We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video", Airbnb said. "We will be suspending any guest's accounts that appear to be connected to this incident". Mayor John Tory told the media that the suspect's actions demonstrated "idiotic behavior". "It was grossly irresponsible behavior that could have caused serious injury and death", he added.

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