Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley said in a story in Wednesday's online edition of the Austin American-Statesman that the evidence didn't support those charges and a plea deal offered to her was standard.
According to an affidavit, the cocaine was discovered during a strip search at the jail after she was arrested on June 18 following a traffic stop involving a vehicle in which she was riding.
The plea deal calls for five years probation, 30 days of jail time and a $2,500 fine.
District Judge Ken Anderson set sentencing for Oct. 17, when he will either accept the plea deal, or set the case for jury trial.
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