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Toronto mayor Rob Ford speaks to the media as councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong listens, before painting a section of curb on University Avenue red as part of a pilot project that will see selected curbs painted red to indicate that they are no-parking zones, in Toronto on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. (Matthew Sherwood/Globe and Mail)
Toronto mayor Rob Ford speaks to the media as councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong listens, before painting a section of curb on University Avenue red as part of a pilot project that will see selected curbs painted red to indicate that they are no-parking zones, in Toronto on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. (Matthew Sherwood/Globe and Mail)

Woman accused of throwing juice at Toronto mayor to return to court Sept. 9 Add to ...

A Toronto woman accused of throwing a cup of juice at Mayor Rob Ford last month will make her next court appearance on Sept. 9.

Twenty-seven-year-old Shannon Everett is charged with assault.

Everett did not attend the first court hearing Tuesday morning.

Her lawyer, Matthew Gourlay, who received initial disclosure, says Everett is trying to “get on with her life.”

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Gourlay says she is uncomfortable with the unwanted attention.

The multimedia developer and yoga teacher is accused of throwing a cup of juice at Ford on June 15, during the Taste of Little Italy Festival in Toronto.

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