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Atlanta Municipal Court judge Terrinee L. Gundy was suspended by the Georgia Supreme Court for ethics lapses.

Gundy’s ethics troubles culminated last week when the Supreme Court ordered her to receive a public reprimand and be suspended 90 days without pay.

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Gundy, pictured right with Dr. Jackie Walters in 2018, was under investigation for showing up late to court multiple times and canceling court sessions so she could celebrity attend events.

The ruling also notes that Gundy refused to allow six defendants to be brought to her courtroom from the jail in March 2017. They remained incarcerated for several days after they should have been released.

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Earlier this year, the police were called to a loud house party at a rented mansion near Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead.

Police gave Gundy a citation for a noise violation after she hired a marching band to perform at the party.

“I just borrowed it from one of my friends, so I didn’t actually pay a fee or anything,” Gundy told the officer about the notorious $1.8 million party house, once owned by rapper Young Thug.

Police said the mansion rental and marching band would have cost Gundy about $5,000 to $10,000 to rent.

The officer who responded to neighbors complaints, said the house party was “loud as hell.”

One neighbor told the cop: “This is absolutely ridiculous. I’ve got children trying to sleep. Ya’ll need to lock their a**es up.”

Gundy’s attorney told Channel 2 investigative reporter Richard Belcher that the loud party and the citation were a private matter.

Gundy was appointed to the bench as a city judge by her boyfriend, former Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed, in 2013.