A Montana woman, who infamously went viral for boasting online about killing and skinning a husky pup she mistook for a small wolf, was reportedly temporarily banned from hunting for the next six months.
Amber Rose Barnes, 36, of Martin City, Montana, received a six-month deferred sentence Tuesday, The Daily Mail reported. Part of the terms of her punishment were that she attends a hunting safety class and is banned from using her hunting rifle for the next six months.
The woman was charged in October with the misdemeanor offense of animal cruelty, Fox News Digital previously confirmed.
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In September, Barnes sparked outrage online after posting several photos while posing with what she claimed was a “predator wolf pup” that she “smoked” while venturing out in the Flathead National Forest in Doris Creek, about 60 miles south of Glacier National Park, while searching for a black bear.
MONTANA HUNTER WHO MISTOOK HUSKY PUP FOR WOLF TO FACE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
“I got the opportunity to take another predator wolf pup 2022 was a great feeling to text my man and say I just smoked a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT,” she wrote on Facebook.
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H/T Fox News (read more at FoxNews.com)
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