No jail for woman driving drunk on Periscope

Posted at 5:27 PM, Feb 15, 2016
The Lakeland woman who broadcast herself on Pericope driving drunk won't be spending time in Jail.
Last October, Whitney Marie Beall, 23, of Lakeland, 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.