Four female relatives accused of attacking an Applebee’s waitress in Georgia — including one who stabbed the server with a steak knife — have pleaded guilty, prosecutors said.
A judge in Henry County sentenced Demetrius Boyd to time served Tuesday after she copped to criminal trespass and battery in the shocking July 2018 assault at the chain’s location in McDonough, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Boyd, 41, had spent two years in jail following her arrest a week after the assault that occurred as the waitress “brushed up” against someone at her table whose leg was sticking out of an aisle, according to the report.
“The waitress had brushed up against her leg,” McDonough police Maj. Kyle Helgerson said in 2018. “There was an initial conversation about that.”
One of the suspects attacked the waitress with a steak knife.FOX 5 After the waitress accidentally brushed one of the suspects while walking by, the four attacked.FOX 5
The waitress apologized to