Man who tried to mug Alison Angel gets fifteen years in prison
February 16, 2010 13 Comments
The National Reporter
The man who tried to mug adult film star Alison Angel was found guilty today on all the charges.
Alison Angel sat with her friend and karate instructor Gianna Michaels as the jury read the verdict to the packed courtroom.
Her assailant, 24-year-old Abdul Mustafa was found guilty of trespassing, assault, attempted rape, possession of a knife and possession of a controled dangerous substance.
Officials discovered a sizable amount of heroin concealed on his person when he was booked into the county jail last December.
When the verdict was announced, Miss Angel and Miss Michaels lept to their feet and hugged each other.
“We were so afraid that they were going to let him go, you know how the courts are.” Miss Angel told The National Reporter.
“I was so glad when the judge handed him fifteen years in the slammer.” Miss Michaels said. “I hope he likes having big Bubba as a roommate for the next decade.”
After the trial, Miss Angel walked out side followed by a crowd of news reporters and struck up a victorious pose imitating Sylvestor Stallone in the movie ‘Rocky’ when he ran to the Philadelpia city hall and stood on the stairs surrounded by hundreds of his fans.
Miss Angel showed off her new purple athletic shirt with the Gojo-Ryu Karate emblem on the front.
As you may recall from the original report on the case, Miss Angel holds a brown belt in Goju-Ryu Karate and her friend Gianna Michaels who holds a third degree black belt is her instructor.
“I wanted the shirt to psyc out the creep when he saw her wearing it.” Gianna said. “That Goju-Ryu fist caught his eye as soon as he limped into the courtroom on his crutches. He knows what it means and he better respect it.”
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