Tabitha Reitano pictures,mugshots by playfully sticking out her tongue and flashing a sweet-looking smile
Tabitha Reitano, 19, spiced up her mugshots by playfully sticking out her tongue (right) and flashing a sweet-looking smile (left) after being arrested on July 29 in Miami for disorderly conduct, battery and resisting an officer with violence to the officer's person
Tabitha Reitano, 19, spiced up her mugshots after being arrested on July 29
Her booking photos show her sticking her tongue out and flashing a sweet smile
She was taken into custody in Miami on charges of disorderly intoxication, battery and resisting an officer with violence to the officer's person
Reitano has pleaded not guilty to all charges and was freed on $3500 bond
Her arraignment is currently scheduled to take place on August 28
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