The attorney for the Wendy’s arson suspect, Natalie White, told CNN that she bonded out of Fulton County Jail Wednesday evening.
White faces first-degree arson charges in the Wendy's restaurant fire that broke out during protests over Rayshard Brooks' death. She appeared in court on Wednesday.
More details: White, 29, made her first appearance in Fulton County, Georgia, Magistrate Court and did not make a plea. The judge set bond at $10,000 and ordered White to remain under house arrest with an ankle monitor and stay off of social media.
White's attorney, Drew Findling, argued for a signature bond, citing financial hardships with White's family.
"They just don't have the funds to make any bond," Findling said. He argued against house arrest.