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Marcella Zoia, 20, pleaded guilty to mischief causing danger to life in November and her sentencing hearing was to take place Tuesday. But Zoia took issue with the Crown's pre-sentence report that said she posted the video to social media. The Canadian Press

A young woman who threw a chair from a high-rise balcony in downtown Toronto has had her sentencing hearing delayed.

Marcella Zoia, 20, pleaded guilty to mischief causing danger to life in November.

Last February, a video on social media showed Zoia throw a chair toward a busy highway.

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Zoia is disputing that she posted the video to social media.

An agreed statement of facts said Zoia threw a lawn chair off a 45th-storey balcony.

There were several people walking through the area at the time, including a woman with a child in a stroller, but no one was injured.

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