Parker pleaded guilty in April to one count of felony theft by taking, and in exchange a count of racketeering was dismissed. Fayette County Superior Court Judge Rhonda B. Kreuziger sentenced her to one year in jail to be followed by nine years on probation, according to the announcement.
Parker will also be expected to pay $50,000 in restitution to Warby Parker.
“We are proud to be in the fight against online retail crime in our state, and we will not hesitate to pursue those who engage in this criminal behavior,” Attorney General Chris Carr said in a statement. “We are committed to protecting Georgia’s businesses and consumers, and we believe this case sends a message that this type of illegal activity will not be tolerated.”