The woman responsible for throwing a chair off a Toronto high-rise balcony has been identified and charged by the police. 19-year-old Marcella Zoia is the girl who went viral for tossing a chair onto the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto. Now that her identity has been revealed, people have some thoughts about her, including Toronto politician Faith Goldy. Faith Goldy revealed what she thinks about the woman who allegedly threw a chair from a balcony in Toronto in a new controversial tweet

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Faith Goldy, a Toronto politician, posted her thoughts about the "Toronto Chair Girl" on Twitter, just two hours ago, today on February 13. Faith Goldy is a controversial political figure and she ran for Toronto mayor last year. Some of her fans have described her as Ontario's female Donald Trump.

She captioned the tweet, "Hands up if you knew Toronto Chair Girl was going to be a barely legal thot with an Instagram account laden with thot thotty thottery". Goldy also included some of the photos that are reportedly on Marcella Zoia's Instagram account in the tweet.

Check out the tweet from Faith Goldy below about the "Toronto Chair Girl". 

READ ALSO: Torontonians Are Helping Local Police Find The Suspect Who Threw The Chair Onto The Gardiner Expressway

Her tweet has gotten over 180 likes, 40 retweets and 60 comments since it was posted two hours ago.  

Check out what people have had to say in response to Faith Goldy's tweet about the "Toronto Chair Girl".

19-year-old Marcella Zoia turned herself into the Toronto police today and she is now facing criminal charges of mischief endangering life, mischief destroying or damaging property, and common nuisance. 

An Instagram account named @marcellacz_ was believed to be the "Toronto Chair Girl's" personal account and was circulated on social media. It has now been deleted from the platform. 

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