CHICAGO (AP) — A person charged with disrupting a Chicago efficiency of the musical “Hamilton” has pleaded responsible and is briefly banned from some theaters.
John Palmer entered the plea Monday to a cost of misdemeanor trespassing and was sentenced to 6 months of courtroom supervision. As a part of his plea settlement, the fifty six-yr-previous can’t attend Broadway in Chicago productions for six months.
In courtroom, Assistant Prepare dinner County State’s Lawyer Lindsay Hicks advised the decide that Palmer was “yelling,” ”cursing” and “making actresses fearful.”
Palmer’s lawyer Jonathan Feldman had blamed the Nov. 19 incident on a “hostile” and “partisan” viewers that was clearly towards President-elect Donald Trump, whom Palmer supported. The forged had made feedback to Vice President-elect Mike Pence at a earlier efficiency.
After Monday’s listening to, Feldman stated Palmer “regrets the incident.”