The reason that Shalaya Briston didn’t get any jail is the same reason why Earl Thomas’ wife Nina will likely not get any jail time for putting a gun to his head.
Pryor even though he was the victim and Briston got back together shortly after the stabbing.
If your victim is campaigning for the person who stabbed him not to get jail time a lot of times the criminal justice system will do things like this.
Court records show Briston cut plea deals with prosecutors to close out the cases Tuesday … and in exchange for guilty pleas to lesser charges.
In Briston’s case … the docs show she pled down from felony aggravated assault to misdemeanor simple assault and got 2 years probation.
According to the police report, a witness claimed Pryor attacked Briston and her friends after a night out of partying … which led to Briston ultimately stabbing the former Browns receiver in defense.
Pyror’s attorney had vehemently denied those allegations … claiming it was Briston and her friends who were the aggressors.
Ultimately, Pryor ended up campaigning for Briston’s release from jail in a court hearing a few weeks after the incident … reportedly saying, “let her out.”
If you recall, Briston’s friend was caught on tape saying they should have left Pryor to die.
This sounds like a Love and Hip-Hop style story.
Flip the pages for photos and videos of Pryor almost dying and Briston.