Ashley Biden diary thief gets one month in prison, three months of home detention

Harris will also serve three years on probation.
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Aimee Harris, the woman who pleaded guilty to stealing the diary of first daughter Ashley Biden, received a one month prison sentence on Tuesday to be followed by three months of home detention.

She was further ordered to surrender $20,000, the same sum she received from selling the diary to the now-defunct investigative outlet Project Veritas, CNBC reported. Harris will also serve three years on probation.

The Department of Justice last week asked that she receive four to ten months in prison. Harris's sentencing was originally slated for December of 2022 but was delayed a total of 12 times.

She pleaded guilty in August of 2022 to stealing the diary and selling it to Project Veritas, which never published its contents. Harris obtained the diary while staying at a property belonging to Ashley Biden in Florida.

Robert Kurtlander, whom Harris brought on to help sell the diary, has also pleaded guilty and faces sentencing in October.

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