Hyland -- who, as NY Daily News
reports, was donning a zebra-striped sweater and a Victoria's Secret Pink backpack for court -- will be dismissed of all charges so long as she spends two days in counseling and agrees to stay away from Miller for six months.
"This was a case that with any other person would have been resolved on the second hearing with the same exact outcome," attorney Steven Goldstein told ET. "They did not treat her like they would everyone else. She was put through the wringer because of who she is."