Tanning Mom Won’t Fry In Jail! New Jersey Grand Jury Won’t Indict Patricia Krentcil For Child Endangerment Charges
Patricia Krentcil is off the hook for allegedly cooking her 5-year-old daughter in a tanning bed!
The infamously bronze New Jersey woman, who was arrested in April 2012 after her daughter showed up at school with burns on her legsallegedly from a tanning booth, won’t be charged with child endangerment, reported NBC New York on Tuesday – and RadarOnline.com has the details.
A grand jury chose not to indict Krentcil, who was released on $25,000 bail after her arrest and subsequently went on a media blitz confessing to her tanning addiction , clearing her of all criminal charges.
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New Jersey state law prohibits children from using tanning salons. At the time of her arrest, Krentcil denied putting her daughter in a tanning bed and simply said she brought her to the salon while she herself got bronzed.
Since soaring to fame, Krentcil has made the most of her notoriety , appearing at drag clubs completely inebriated, promoting skin care lines on YouTube and even getting kicked out of her own roast for getting wasted and flashing her panties.