Former Miss Rhode Island Julianna Clare Stout was sentenced to one year probation and 50 hours of community service for sneaking into an Immigration and Customs Enforcmenet (ICE) detention center to see her husband , according to the Department of Justice and local reports.
Stout, who was elected commissioner in North Bay Village, Fla., in 2018, pleaded guilty Thursday to lying until Krome Services Processing Center in 2021.
The official told Local 10 that she was visiting her husband, ex-MLB star Brayan Villarreal of Venezuela. She also told the outlet that she was eight months pregnant.
Villarrael, who played for the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers, was reportedly the subject of a kidnapping attempt in 2013, according to ESPN.
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Krome suspended tours in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic but allowed legal tours, the DOJ said in a press release. During this time, Stout visited the facility three times while posing as a paralegal for a particular law firm and said she needed to get signed documents from an inmate. She even presented a letter to prison officials using company letterhead.
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The law firm, however, never allowed the former pageant queen to use her letterhead.
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His term as commissioner expires in November, according to federal prosecutors.
Stout won the Miss Rhode Island pageant in 2009 during her final semester in college, according to her government biography.