Dolores O’Riordan is set to be sentenced next month for an alleged air rage incident.
During the reported event, the Cranberries frontwoman supposedly head-butted and spat at a Garda after a disturbance on a transatlantic flight from New York’s JFK in 2014.
The musician, who has since been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, pleaded guilty last month after the arrested at Shannon Airport – admitting to four offences.
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During her arrest the Zombie singer allegedly told officers that she was an “icon” and the “Queen of Limerick” while accusing a Garda of groping her – which was later retracted in court.
According to RTE TEN, Judge Patrick Durcan at Ennis District Court said that “the court’s judgement is ready” with a sentence to be given on February 24.
The 44-year-old was not in court after being excused by the judge at the previous hearing in December.