A New York man who shoved a megaphone into the mouth of a U.S. Senate candidate last month has been fined and placed on probation for his role in the incident.
Paul Solovay, 74, of Hillsdale, also will have to complete anger management classes as part of the sentence handed down Thursday by Judge Paul Vrabel in Southern Berkshire District Court.
The candidate, Shiva Ayyadurai, suffered a bloody lip in the exchange July 22 outside the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center before a town hall hosted by U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Ayyadurai said two of his teeth were chipped.
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