The good news:
Despite going to trial as a non-citizen, Larissa found a path to not be deported. It seems clear that the judge understood more of her situation than the charges -- of assault -- implied.
The bad news:
Larissa would be required to complete community service and to attend a certain number of domestic violence awareness (and prevention) classes. The judge even set up a timeframe for Larissa to do that.
But Larissa got right on it!
She kept her fans and followers on Instagram up-to-date on her domestic vioence awareness classes. At times, she seemed to shade Colt (without violating their divorce agreement to not insult each other), as fans could draw obvious connections between Larissa's worksheets and Colt's behavior.
She also stayed on top of her community service
Larissa shared updates, in terms of hours, on how much of her community service she had accomplished.
She made good use of her time
Since June, right after her trial, was Pride Month, Larissa got to work at a trans hotline for members of the transgender community grappling with stigma and a lack of support. That is an excellent use of Larissa's time and compassion.
On Monday, November 25, Larissa took to Instagram to announce that she had officially completed her domestic violence awareness classes. She even played a sample of Tom Petty's "I'm Free," a lyrically appropriate piece of Mom Music.