Woman Who Climbed Statue Of Liberty's Pedestal Avoids Jail TimeThe woman who climbed the Statue of Liberty's pedestal to protest the Trump administration's immigration policies was sentenced to probation and community service Tuesday morning.
Statue Of Liberty Climber Convicted On Several Charges, Faces Jail TimeThe woman who led police on a chase up the Statue of Liberty this summer said she wanted to make a political statement. Now, she's facing over a year in prison for the stunt.
Statue Of Liberty Climber In CourtIt's back to a Manhattan court for the woman who climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on July 4.
President Trump Praises Statue Rescue TeamPresident Trump made his first comments about Wednesday’s standoff at the Statue of Liberty to highlight the work of the rescue team.
Statue Of Liberty Climber Pleads Not Guilty, Stands By StuntTherese “Patricia” Okoumou, 44, of Staten Island, pleaded not guilty to federal misdemeanor charges of trespassing, interference with government agency functions and disorderly conduct.
Climber In Custody After Scaling The Statue Of LibertyShe lay by Lady Liberty’s foot, roughly 100 feet off the ground, swinging her legs, waving below and even taking off her shoes to try to climb farther.