Runaway Bride Jennifer Wilbanks' Infamy Clock Hits 14:59

Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks, left, leaves the Gwinnett County courthouse with her attorney, Lydia Sartain, in Lawrenceville, Ga., Thursday, June 2, 2005. Wilbanks pleaded no contest Thursday to a felony charge and wept as she was sentenced to probation, community service and a fine. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)

There will be no jail time for Jennifer Wilbanks, just two years probation and community service. The good news is that wall to wall coverage will cease. She might turn up in a “Whatever Happened To?” segment and there’s sure to be a short note about her eventual marriage to (and probably divorce from) John “Dufus” Mason. Of course anyone with a imagination this vivid could surprise us all and end up staring in a Paris Hilton-style home video…

Runaway Bride Pleads No Contest to Felony – [AP]

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