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Patrick Henry faced a year in jail for his assault of Beverly Hills Nannies star Ari Bellamar, but after being found guilty, the judge sentenced him to 40 hours of community service and a $400 fine. He also has to take some classes, but, really, this is nothing for a guy who threw a woman against a wall and smashed her cell phone when she tried to call the police. The guy didn't even get reprimanded at work and will keep his job and hefty salary. What does this tell us? It tells him that he can beat up just about anyone and nothing will happen to him. It makes the next woman he beats, and there will probably be more women that even if they press charges, nothing will happen to the accuser and they will have to go through the entire trial process to see a guy fined what he probably spends on lunch every day.
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