Google News article A Canadian woman has been accused of selling the body spray that can cause the eye to become infected with a type of eye infection called “bronchitis”.
On Monday, a woman who said she was a victim of bronchitis and had used the film to protect her eyes from possible contamination by the spray was sentenced to a total of $10,000 for selling the film.
A jury found Heather Hutton guilty of selling two different types of film containing the eye-eating bacteria, which were intended for a range of medical and recreational purposes.
Hutton said she sold the film because she thought it would be more useful in the workplace.
But in a separate case, a jury found a woman charged with selling the eye protective film had sold it illegally.
A judge in Quebec sentenced her to five months in prison for the sale of a film containing a bacterium that can infect the eye and can cause severe damage to the eyes.
The court heard the woman sold the eye film to a man who sold it on the Internet.
In the other case, another woman who was selling a similar film, was found guilty of criminal negligence causing bodily harm and criminal negligence for failing to provide a receipt for the film, which had been purchased online.
The judge also ordered that the woman who sold the eyes protective film must pay a fine of $6,000.
Holly Hutton, 43, of Montreal, was sentenced on Monday to five years in prison after pleading guilty to selling a “body spray” that could be used to prevent the eye from becoming infected with the bacterium.
The man who had bought the film pleaded guilty to criminal negligence and criminal neglect for failing in his duty to provide his receipts for the material he bought.
The judge said Hutton sold the product illegally, and that the person who sold her the film should pay a $6.50 fine and be sentenced to two years in jail.
Hughton’s lawyer, Christine Fossell, said her client’s actions were the product of extreme ignorance and was not motivated by greed.
She said her clients actions were “unconscionable” and said she will appeal the sentence.
Humphrey Levesque, who is also on trial in the case, pleaded guilty in January to criminal misconduct causing bodily injury and criminal conduct in the purchase of a drug that causes a bacterial infection of the eye.