Woman chooses public shaming over jail time for making terroristic comments Natasha Freeman may be asking herself, How does a mother of six and grandmother of one find herself on the corner of Irving and Marion Avenues, holding a sign at 7:00 in the morning? She’s there after pleading guilty to battery and making terroristic threats on a Bibb County bus. Judge Howard Simms, Bibb County Superior Court Judge, gave her choice. "Judges don't really give you a choice,” says Natosha Freeman. “I am just thankful that he gave me a choice instead of me going to jail." Freeman could have gone to jail for four weekends or spend every morning this week wearing a sign, advertising her guilt.