A New Jersey lesbian
pleaded guilty on Tuesday to assaulting a man in 2006. Renata
Hill (left) will serve the remainder of a three-year
sentence for reportedly stabbing Dwayne Buckle
(right) after he made sexual comments to her and the
group of women she was with, according to
When Buckle made the
comment to one of the seven lesbians in the group, she said she
wasn't interested. He threatened and then assaulted several
them, strangling the woman to whom he made the advance,
Gay City News.
Hill stabbed Buckle to make him stop, and two men approached
the group to fend him off.
Three of the seven
women made plea deals and four went to trial in 2007, launching
sensational media coverage calling them "wolves" and
"bloodthirsty lesbians." "The New Jersey
Four," as they became known, were convicted on assault and
gang assault charges after unsuccessfully arguing that
they acted only in self-defense. However, an appellate
court threw out one of their convictions, while Hill, who had
initially been sentenced to eight years in prison, and
another were subject to a retrial. The fourth woman's
sentence was reduced from 11 to eight years.
Hill, who has already
served two years, must surrender at a prison in
Bedford Hills, N.Y., on April 30 to complete her sentence.