‘I’m just going to stay quiet’: College girl pleads guilty to using classroom decorations

A student who posted pictures of her homemade cupcakes and cupcakes decorated in “traditional” Christmas garb has pleaded guilty to an offence under the Victorian Anti-Doping Code.

The court heard the 18-year-old from the Sydney suburb of Richmond Hill was charged with using a school property as a venue for an illicit performance.

The offence was committed on February 13, 2017, in the courtyard of the Richmond Hill High School.

In sentencing, Judge Brian Tapper said the offence was an “abhorrent” and “repulsive” act of misconduct.

“I have to say, I am absolutely appalled by this young woman’s conduct,” he said.

“This was a blatant attempt to use school property for the purposes of her own gratification and, I fear, it was very serious.”

You were an active participant in the activity of using the school as a performance space, and you are clearly a danger to yourself and to others, and I have no doubt that the harm you have caused is irreparable.

“Judge Tapper sentenced the teenager to six months in jail, with the maximum sentence of 10 years.

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