Senator's wife has charges changed
A Canadian Senator's wife accused of threatening her husband on an airplane
from Ottawa to Saskatoon will be back in Saskatoon Provincial Court this
Maygan Sensenberger, 23, appeared in domestic violence court this morning, sitting in the back of the gallery as one of her charges was withdrawn.
She was initially charged with endangering the safety of an aircraft and causing a disturbance.
Court heard the endangering charge has been dropped and replaced with a threats charge.
Sensenberger allegedly threatened her husband, 69-year-old Manitoba Liberal Senator Rod Zimmer, on an Air Canada Flight from Ottawa to Saskatoon last week.
Yesterday was the couple's first wedding anniversary, which they spent apart as one of Sensenberger's release conditions was to have no contact with her husband.
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