Maggy Elizabeth Millar appeared in the dock at Poole Magistrates’ Court in relation to a gathering in London in February 2021.
Court papers stated she was convicted by a single magistrate sitting in Westminster in November 2021 but she was back before the courts to make a statutory declaration this month.
She entered a guilty plea at the Poole hearing on Thursday, May 25, to a charge of taking part in a gathering at a flat in Brook’s Mews, Westminster, on February 28, 2021, consisting of two or more people when tier 4 Covid restrictions were in place.
At the time people in tier 4 areas were told to stay at home and not meet up with other households.
Millar, 23 and of Sarah Sands Close, Christchurch, was fined £120 by District Judge Orla Austin.
The defendant was ordered to pay £110 costs and a £34 surcharge.