A Virginia lady who was arrested after she allegedly threatened to explode a 7-Eleven in April has pleaded no-contest.

Crystal Mostek, 33, entered the plea throughout a listening to on Wednesday, a spokesperson for the Metropolis of Virginia Seaside informed WAVY. Her sentencing is slated for March 20.

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On the time of the incident, Mostek allegedly walked into the comfort retailer in Virginia Seaside and positioned a tool on the counter. She then reportedly informed a retailer worker it was a bomb and threatened to explode the shop, WAVY reported on the time. The machine was later decided to not be a bomb.

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Mostek was booked within the Virginia Seaside jail shortly after the incident and charged with threatening to bomb or injury buildings and possession of a hoax explosive machine.

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Beforehand, at her arraignment, the 33-year-old claimed she was not responsible and the costs have been false, WTKR reported on the time.

Fox Information’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.

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