Tiffany Conolly, the 25-year-old former winner of the Miss Cayman Islands Universe pageant, is set to wait another seven weeks to learn her fate as the court awaits information from probation officers. Conolly appeared in court on Thursday for sentencing but the case was adjourned for at least the second time.
Conolly was convicted of six criminal counts of assault, damage to property, and disorderly conduct following an explosive incident at her former lover's home in West Bay in October 2021. She was stripped of her title after the conviction, but continued to receive a stipend as the pageant title winner until she was found guilty.
Despite losing her title, Conolly was allowed to keep the CI$70,000 annual scholarship that came with it. Meanwhile, Chloe Powery-Doxey, the 1st Runner-up, who represented the Cayman Islands in the 2022 Miss Universe contest in New Orleans, will be officially crowned as Conolly's replacement next week.
The delay in Conolly's sentencing is due to the court waiting on information from probation officers. This information will likely be used to determine an appropriate sentence for Conolly. The adjournment of the case for at least the second time indicates that the court is taking its time to consider all relevant information before making a decision.