The consent decree between Phillip A. Thomas, who broke into Sonya Deville’s home in August of 2020, has apparently been resolved. A court document from earlier this week shows that both cases (Felony and Stalking) against Thomas have been closed. As of this time, Sonya Deville hasn’t made comment on the situation.
Typically, when a person is hospitalized, they are in treatment until they are no longer in danger. However, the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee has been silent on if Thomas is still committed or not. It is unknown if he has been released from the facility and allowed to return home with his family.
The arrest of Thomas comes less than two years after Sonya Deville’s home was broken into. While the former and NFL player Mandy Rose were both present. Thomas faces charges including aggravated stalking, armed burglary of a dwelling, and attempted armed kidnapping, but neither Deville nor Rose were physically harmed during the break-in.
In order to avoid being hit by Deville, this was how Summerslam turned out. Then she went on hiatus for a few months before returning as the authority figure. She’s wrestled sporadically since then, most recently challenging Belair for the RAW Women’s Championship.
Just minutes after the incident, Deville had a temporary injunction issued. In 2021, the perpetrator was found incompetent. On The Pat McAfee Show, Deville discussed how the perpetrator was brought to justice.