Another Stanley Cup rioter pleaded guilty in Vancouver Provincial Court on Wednesday.
Kathleen Brownell, 24, of Richmond, appeared briefly and entered the plea.
Brownell, who attended McNair secondary and also goes by the name Katie, pleaded guilty to the most serious charge of participating in a riot.
Her other two charges, break-and-enter and mischief, are to be stayed. She was ordered to return to court for a pre-sentencing hearing in the spring.
Brownell is among the 169 suspects, a small proportion of whom are women. There have been a total of 485 charges approved against them.
About 20 rioters who have pleaded guilty have been sentenced so far, with jail terms ranging from 17 months in custody to house arrest and one suspended sentence.
A riot lasting for about five hours broke out minutes after the Vancouver Canucks lost the Stanley Cup final to the Boston Bruins on June 15, 2011, causing about $3.8 million in damage.
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