Tiny's daughter Zonnique Pullins has avoided a pretty hefty punishment after being charged with carrying a concealed weapon in an Atlanta airport.
According to TMZ, Pullins avoided jail time, but she has to do a few things before the charges are officially dropped. A judge ordered Pullins to pay a $500 fine, take 60 hours of community service, and attend a gun law training class.
Pullins was arrested back in June for carrying a concealed weapon in Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Pullins told PEOPLE, "I know that's really irresponsible on my part, but it was really just an honest mistake."
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She added that while rushing to pack her bags and make it to the airport she simply forgot to take the gun out of her purse. Tiny Harris says she purchased the gun for her daughter's safety after a fan grabbed her at an event and she received online threats.
"I just want her to be safe and feel safe at home by herself because if someone comes in or if something happens, she's all alone, then what is she going to do?"
Pullins will also have to submit to random drug tests, and has 90 days to complete the tasks ordered by the judge.