Suspect in chair-throwing video turns herself in


'It's the best for everyone This being a case where no one was injured, we didn't have any public safety concerns. "Of course she would never wish that anybody be hurt", her lawyer, Gregory Leslie, said.

Zoia was charged with mischief endangering life, mischief damaging property under $5,000, and common nuisance, and was expected to appear in court later Wednesday. The objects landed in an area in front of the building's entrance, authorities said.

Police said they will not release her name until charges are laid. She must also not have any contact with the four individuals that were with her at the time.

A source had told CityNews the woman has a criminal history and police have been in touch with her. Officers were giving her about 24 hours to turn herself in. He said he'll have discussions with the prosecution and said it might not go to trial but said he'll see how it develops.

'It was not just a lark gone bad.

Police said tips on social media helped investigators identify the woman in the video, which they described as "very callous".

Toronto police spokesperson David Hopkinson said on Monday he was "outraged" at the incident.

In a statement released late Tuesday, Airbnb said it would look into whether any of its users were involved in the incident.

This is not amusing, I hope she gets caught!????

"I just hope that people take from the example the consequences that will befall this woman".

Toronto Mayor John Tory condemned the alleged actions, saying they can't be tolerated. "It was grossly irresponsible behavior that could have caused serious injury and death", he added. "We will be suspending any guest's accounts that appear to be connected to this incident".