Ariana Grande won’t be charged for Donutgate

14 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Ariana Grande Will Not Be Charged in Donut-Licking Incident.

A rep for the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department told TMZ on Monday, July 13, that the owner of the donut shop, Wolfee Donuts, opted not to press charges against the global pop phenom.Pop star Ariana Grande’s elder half-brother Frankie is proud of the singer’s apology for licking un-purchased donuts at a shop and saying, “I hate America.” On Friday, July 10, he took to Twitter to lend his support, writing, “He who is without sin among you, let him be the first to throw a stone at her. #WeForgiveYouAriana.The California doughnut shop owner whose store was victomized by Ariana Grande’s pastry-licking, anti-American antics has decided not to pursue legal action against the disgraced pop star.Last week, surveillance footage leaked of the singer licking unattended doughnuts and shouting “I hate America” at Wolfee Donuts in Lake Elsinore, California.

The incident started when Grande, 22, was caught on camera visiting the sweet shop in Lake Elsinor, Calif., late on Independence Day with one of her backup dancers, Ricky Alvarez, and a group of friends. Grande hit headlines last week after she and her dancer boyfriend were caught on surveillance cameras licking Wolfee Donuts treats when employees weren’t looking. I hate America!” and proceeded to lick and spit on a bunch of donuts that were later purchased by the shop’s customers. “She was being rude,” the shop’s owner Joe Marin told Us after TMZ obtained the footage. “She kept telling my employee — an experienced donut server — she came to buy six donuts. The “Break Free” singer apologized twice, and California police and public health officials launched an investigation into the shop because of the incident, causing Wolfee Donuts to receive a B rating from the health inspector.

The “Love Me Harder” singer released a public statement, clarifying that she was, in fact, proud to be an American while also condemning the way Americans eat. What I said in a private moment with my friend, who was buying the donuts, was taken out of context and I am sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words,” she told Us. “That being said let me once again apologize if I have offended anyone with my poor choice of words.” Grande claimed that her outrageous actions at the time reflected her personal viewpoints on healthy eating. “Food is very important to me and I sometimes get upset by how freely we as Americans eat and consume things without giving any thought to the consequences that it has on our health and society as a whole,” she said. “The fact that the United States has one of the highest child obesity rates in the world frustrates me. In a separate video apology, Grande further addressed her mistakes. “I’ve actually never been prouder to be American, to be honest, with the advances that we’ve made in the past couple of months.

So here I am apologizing to y’all, puffy cheeks and all,” she said in her message. “Seeing a video of yourself behaving poorly that you have no idea is being taken is such a rude awakening, that you don’t know what to do.

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