You might remember reading back in October that singer Renee Geyer had been charged over a racist tirade at a hotel receptionist?
Well, she’s finally been handed her punishment – and it’s as you might have expected.
Geyer pleaded guilty to two charges of intimidating the receptionist.
It stems from an incident at the hotel in which Geyer was asked by the receptionist to provide her vehicle registration so she could access the car park.
According to 9 News, the court was told that Geyer called the receptionist a “f***** b****” and a “Tongan b****”
“The accused started to shout and yell at the victim, saying the victim had no right to ask her for information, and continued to swear and shout at the victim,” the court heard.
So, what was Geyer’s punishment?
Well, she avoided conviction and was given a 12 month good behaviour bond.
You might remember the 63-year-old Aussie singer for hits such as Say I Love You back in the ’80s and ’90s.