GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - An Arizona woman has pleaded guilty to criminal actions during an altercation at a mosque in front of her children that she filmed and posted to social media.
The Arizona Republic reported Wednesday that 33-year-old Tahnee Gonzales pleaded guilty April 25 to aggravated criminal damage.
Gonzales' plea agreement includes writing an apology and performing community service work with an Islamic humanitarian organization.
The Glendale woman was charged in connection with a March 2018 trip to a Tempe mosque.
A Facebook video shows Gonzales making derogatory comments about Muslims during a shouting match with a Muslim man.
The video shows Gonzales and another woman saying they were exposing "infiltration of the Arabic Muslim coming in and destroying America."
The women encouraged Gonzales' three children to take pamphlets to help stop "propaganda."