No jail for woman driving drunk on Periscope

Posted at 5:27 PM, Feb 15, 2016
The Lakeland, Florida woman who broadcast herself on Pericope driving drunk won't be spending time in jail.
Last October, 23-year-old Whitney Marie Beall was arrested and charged with a DUI.  
Beall was seen world-wide driving drunk. 
Periscope users called The Lakeland Police to report Beall.
One caller told a dispatcher, "She's really drunk. She just hit something. She might be driving with a flat tire. She's in a Toyota".
Messages were sent to the driver via Periscope asking Beall to stop driving and to pull over. According to authorities, Beall recorded 7 videos that night.
"I'm (expletive) drunk and this is horrible. I don't even know where the next gas station is. This is horrible guys," Beall said in the video.
Beall was eventually arrested after she failed a field sobriety test and refused a breathalyzer test.
According to Beall’s lawyer, Lee Cohen, a deal was reached last week. 
She pleaded no contest and was sentenced to 12 months of probation, 6 months license suspension, 150 hours of community service, alcohol treatment and must attend a MADD Impact panel. She is also banned from bars.