The 40-year-old mother of two pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of third-degree assault in January.
Court papers say Gibson saw fliers announcing a sex offender had moved into a trailer park near her home. She went to the man's address, knocked on the door and accused him of molesting her daughters. Even thought Baldwin had not, Gibson hit him with the bat.
She initially was charged with second-degree assault and felony harassment, which could have meant an eight-month jail sentence if she'd been convicted. But the prosecutor and Gibson's lawyer agreed to the three-month sentence.
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