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Suzanne Corona’s story continues onward.

WBTA News partner The Batavian reports today that, following an alleged disturbance at Batavia’s South Beach restaurant, Corona has signed a document with restaurant owner Ken Mistler. The paper states that Corona will walk up and down East Main Street on an undisclosed date, wearing a sign that says “I stole at South Beach and I was caught.” The document also holds harmless Mistler, his restaurant, and his employees.

The agreement today stems from an incident several weeks ago when Corona allegedly stole food off the South Beach lunch buffet, and when confronted, threw it all back on the buffet. Mistler claims Corona destroyed the buffet food and cost him over a thousand dollars.

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# mary jane ely
Thursday, October 21, 2010 7:56 AM
good for mr mistler. no one should have to put up with the actions of ms corona. i think she is just an attention seeker and she needs to grow up and quit acting like a little child. for someone to steal food and then throw it back on a buffet table was uncalled for. she should have to pay for the damage. she is just a piece of work.
# jonjones
Friday, October 22, 2010 7:16 AM
Please tell us what day it is so we can make her the laughing stock of Batavia

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