Kristy Lynn Hammonds, who gained instant infamy when she and a fellow worker at a, Domino's Pizza videotaped themselves contaminating food, has a long history of problems with the law, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Kristy and Michael Anthony Setzer damaged Domino's public image when they made every consumers' fear come to life by contaminating food for customers, partially by sticking cheese in places where cheese should never go and then adding it to the food.
Hammonds, 31, who is also known as Kristy Thompson, has kept law enforcement busy. She's a registered sex offender, has been cited for driving with a revoked license, reckless driving to endanger, injury to personal property and damage to a currency machine. Those offenses were followed by a 1996 charge for breaking and entering, larceny and possession of stolen goods, writing worthless checks in 1998 and communicating threats and making harassing telephone calls in 2007.
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Add in criminal contempt of court and a misdemeanor probation violation and you can see why the authorities in North Carolina probably aren't too surprised by her latest antics.
Hammonds/Thompson was 28 when the offense of statutory rape was committed on a 14-year-old girl between August and December of 2006, court records reveal. In addition, she was charged with obstruction of justice on those cases. However, legal sources in North Carolina said, those charges were plea bargained down to sexual battery, which kept her out of prison. However, she pulled 24 months probation and 10 years as a registered sex offender.
Now she's facing a Class C felony for the Domino's disaster.
Hmm...wonder what they'll do to her food if she ends up behind bars?