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'One Life To Live' Actress Accused Of Hurling Pint Glass At Woman In WeHo Bar

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Crystal Hunt. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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The case against soap opera actress Crystal Hunt took a dramatic turn today after she pleaded not guilty to a single charge of assault with a deadly weapon.

Hunt, who is best known for her performances in soapy classics such as Guiding Light and One Life to Live, is accused of chucking a whole pint glass at another woman while the two were fighting on Dec. 13, according to a release from the D.A. The bar where the brawl went down was identified by TMZ as Pearl's Liquor Bar in West Hollywood.

The victim suffered multiple facial injuries as a result of the incident, according to prosecutors. Hunt was arrested after the incident.

Meanwhile, Hunt is claiming that she was acting in self-defense, and that the other woman was harassing her despite multiple attempts by Hunt to have her thrown out by security, TMZ says.

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Hunt is due back in court on Feb. 24. If convicted, Hunt could face up to five years in prison.

Here's Hunt's acting reel for those who aren't familiar with her body of work. Hopefully she will use her brilliant acting chops in her upcoming trial: