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Stephanie Seymour’s son facing jail if he fails to complete community service

A judge threatened Stephanie Seymour’s son Peter Brant Jr. with jail if he fails to prove he is completing his community service.
On Wednesday (05Oct16) a New York judge threatened to throw Stephanie’s model son in jail if he can’t prove he has actually been performing his community service.
Peter was sentenced to just 25 days of community service after pleading guilty to punching a Port Authority police officer while exhibiting “drunken and belligerent behaviour” before he was due to board a JetBlue flight heading to Florida in March (16). A police officer was hospitalised for a sprained right arm following the fracas.
Queens Criminal Court Judge Gia Morris told the model: “Mr. Brant, for some reason you have a good deal. What I understand is you’re not doing what you’re supposed to be doing.” The judge warned. “You’re looking at jail time if you’re not completing it.”
The threat to his loss of liberty came after prosecutors argued they hadn’t received any proof the 22-year-old, the son of billionaire Peter Brant and supermodel Stephanie, was actually completing the community service at Atlanta-based charity, Gideon’s Promise.
This is Brant’s second run in with the law. In 2014 he was caught in possession of marijuana during a visit to Red Hook and ticketed for the incident.

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