Rudy Guiliani's Daughter Ordered to One Day of Community Service

Rudy Guiliani's Daughter Ordered to One Day of Community Service
Caroline Giuliani in 2004
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08/31/2010 AT 01:40 PM EDT

Caroline Giuliani, a Harvard senior whose father happens to be former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, was ordered on Tuesday to complete one day of community service with the Department of Sanitation – her penance for shoplifting about $100-worth of a Dior skin primer, Bliss moisturizer and a hair net from an Upper East Side Sephora store earlier this month.

Her work cleaning the streets of the city needs to be completed before her next court date on Nov. 4, reports New York's Daily News, noting that the 21-year-old, who never uttered a word in the courtroom, appeared before Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Jennifer Schecter flanked by her mother, Donna Hanover, and stepfather, Edwin Oster. Rudy Giuliani was not present.

The New York Post called the one day of service part of a plea deal in which the young adult admitted no guilt.

Afterward, Caroline did not respond to reporters' questions about her motive or her possible intention to apologize.

"We are not going to have a comment for the press," said her lawyer, Isabelle Kirshner.

Caroline is scheduled to be back at Harvard to begin classes on Wednesday. She is a theater major.

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