Hoff testified that clumps of her hair came loose that night, and her resulting bald spots and brittle hair made her depressed and reclusive.
She was being questioned by police Friday, after being found hiding in a cupboard.
Ryan's reappearance coincided with the trial in a Queensland court of Leonard John Fraser, 51, who was charged with the murder of her and three other women.
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Simmons was sentenced to a year in prison for his latest legal skirmish. Simmons was last arrested on March 14 when officials said he roped off a parking lot at the airport and allegedly cursed two Army National Guard members patrolling the grounds.
He claims the state illegally took 14 acres of land from him in 1962."I have no different penal code for people who are seniors but who want to act like children," Superior Court Judge E. He was convicted of breach of peace, interfering with an officer, disorderly conduct and violating probation.
They're asking stores not to sell beaded necklaces during the festival, to avoid a repeat of last year when young men offered beaded necklaces to young women, hoping to entice them to bare their breasts, Mardi Gras-style."I don't think women exposing themselves is part of family fun," said Craig Larsen, a Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce executive and a city councilman.
In its newsletter this month, the chamber and police urged businesses not to sell the necklaces during the April 24-May 4 event, which attracts about 100,000 visitors to this north-central Washington city each year.
In 2001, Simmons began serving a sentence for pulling down fencing at the airport. The state Supreme Court in 1980 had upheld a ruling that Simmons be paid 5,000 by the state for the land, but he refused to accept the check or to cash it.