It's part of a plea deal that will likely keep her out of jail.
Former "Miss Riverton" Kendra Gill went to court Thursday morning to face four charges of recklessness with an incendiary device. Charges that could have sent her to prison for up to fifteen years.
Instead she pleaded guilty to a "lesser" misdemeanor charge that carries a maximum of one year in jail.
She probably won't see jail time though if the deal goes through. She'll do 200 hours of community service.