LAS VEGAS (AP) — A lawyer says a plea deal may be in the works for an animal welfare activist from the Bay Area who was arrested after approaching Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos on a conference stage in Las Vegas.

Attorney David Chesnoff told a judge on Monday he’s talking with prosecutors about reducing a felony false identification charge against 30-year-old Priya Sawhney of Berkeley.

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Court records show prosecutors have dropped a burglary charge stemming from Sawhney’s June 6 arrest.

An animal rights activist (L) rushes the stage to interupt Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (R) as he talks with moderator Jenny Freshwater during a keynote session at the Amazon Re:MARS conference on robotics and artificial intelligence at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 6, 2019. (MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

An animal rights activist (L) rushes the stage to interupt Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos (R) as he talks with moderator Jenny Freshwater during a keynote session at the Amazon Re:MARS conference on robotics and artificial intelligence at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 6, 2019. (MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Sawhney wasn’t in court. The judge rescheduled her appearance for July 22.

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Video showed Sawhney on stage yelling about chicken farms during Bezos’ appearance at an Amazon event at the Aria resort.

A protest group called Direct Action Everywhere says Sawhney was protesting conditions at a California poultry farm that supplies Amazon.

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