VIDEO: She Claims She Got Punched For 'Nothing,' Now City Has Released The Truth

She claimed that she did nothing before getting punched. Now the police chief has released the truth.

Wildwood, NJ - A viral video shows a woman being punched by a cop on a Wildwood Beach, and now city officials have spoken out with that really happened (video below.)

Along with the video, Emily Weinman, 20, posted a confession to at least three crimes while saying multiple times that she "didn't do anything wrong."

Now, Weinman has removed her confession from social media and the city is saying that she did far worse than what she confessed to.

It's not clear if Weinman spoke with an attorney who advised her that confessing to a felony on social media is not a wise decision.

The anti-police media is making her out to be the victim. Please help share this on social media to get the truth out.

The incident happened at around 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Weinman said that she went to the beach with her daughter and baby daddy, and she brought some alcohol along. Sure, she's underage, but 90 percent of people are underage drinking on the beach "without a doubt," she said.

She claimed that two officers arrived, saw the alcohol, and asked them their age. Weinman says that she admitted that they were underage, but hadn't started drinking yet.

She says that they took a preliminary breath test which came back negative.

However, the city disputed her account, and said that she was actually drunk, according to CBS Philly.

Then Weinman said that she told an officer, "I asked them don’t they have something better to do as cops than to stop people for underage drinking on the beach, saying to that there’s so much more serious stuff going on."

According to Weinman, the cop replied, “I was gonna let you go but now I’ll write you up.” The officer then asked for her name.

Weinman said that she "did not do anything wrong," so she refused to give the officer her name because "anything could’ve been written down on that paper."

Weinman says that the officer then told her that she would be arrested if she didn't provide her information.

She said that she refused again because she "didn't do anything wrong," and the officer had the nerve to tell her that she was under arrest.

That's when Weinman says she backed up and "tripped and fell." After tripping and falling, she says the officer somehow tackled her to the ground and "smashed my head in the sand."

However, city officials say that Weinman actually kicked the officer in his genitals and ran away, according to CBS Philly.

At some point, she also allegedly spit on the officer, too.

"At that point I blacked out and fought any way possible trying to get up and push him off me," Weinman posted.

The video starts well after Weinman started fighting the cops, and shows her kicking the officers as a crowd gathered and repeatedly called for her to "stop resisting."

An officer responded to her assault by punching her in the head twice.

The fight continued as Weinman screamed, "You're not allowed to hit me like that."

"Yes, i know I should’ve gave him my name.. I was partly wrong in a way but I was scared; Like I said I didn’t do anything wrong and anything could’ve been written on that paper, the whole situation was iffy and I didn’t trust it.. especially being aware of the fact of how grimy law enforcement can be now a days," Weinman posted.

"I can say if I took even a sip, then I would’ve gave them my information and called it a day; I’m underage, so I know better. But this whole situation was handled wrongly and blew out of proportion all because these pigs didn’t do their jobs the way they were TRAINED to do so," she continued.

"Oh, did I mention that they didn’t even take the beer (like they’re supposed to since we were underage) and finish getting my friends info?? They obviously were there to stir the pot. I know I’m not the first this happened too and definitely am sure that I will not be the last!!" she concluded.

Court Records from Philadelphia show a 20-year-old Emily Amber Weinman is on active probation after pleading guilty to assault and recklessly endangering another person. It appears that numerous other charges were dismissed in the plea deal.

Weinman has been charged with Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer (2 Felony Counts), Aggravated Assault by Spitting Bodily Fluids at/on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, Obstruction and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

The anti-police media is making her out to be the victim. Please help share this on social media to get the truth out.

You can see the video from the incident below:

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DaLogical1
DaLogical1

ah well she broke some laws/violations, and she resisted. Punches to the head acceptable. Throw any training out the window and fight like you're a street thug yourself! Violence is the law of the land...period!!!

Xxxxxaa
Xxxxxaa

When is it ok to punch a woman in the face son? Well i saw a police officer do it so it must be ok. Officers r supposed to restrain not inflict pain n injury. Lack of training n he prob shouldnt b an officer if ha vcant handle a sober pissed off teen.

Xxxxxaa
Xxxxxaa

If i said my wife kicked me n spit on me so i punched her 3 times in the face w a closed fist i would get locked up. But i said stop resisting

StandingForTheBlue
StandingForTheBlue

@Xxx...if you read and comprehended this post, you will find that the underaged girl with the alcohol refused to give police her name. She then kicked an officer in the groin and ran. She then also spat on the officer. She was not punched in the face, he was punched in the side of her head to subdue her. If she had simply done as she was told, and not been a smartass, authority hating, self entitled and law breaking person, she could have simply gone on her way.

StandingForTheBlue
StandingForTheBlue

I am getting so sick of people who bash the police, even to the point of outright lying about what occurred. All this girl had to do was tell the officer her name, show some respect, and do as asked. The officer did nothing improper; fight with the police, and you will subdued—it’s just that simple. Had she been tasered, would you all be screaming about that? Act like a lady, and you won’t be fighting police in the first place. Cannot wait to the see the body cam from this incident! She keeps proclaiming she did nothing wrong...then why are you, an underaged person, having alcohol to begin with? Refusing to identify yourself to police is also an offense, as is kicking a male officer in the genitalia, spitting on him, and trying to flee. You already have a child and a “baby’s daddy”...way last time to grow up. Saying you had

StandingForTheBlue
StandingForTheBlue

alcohol but hadnt taken a sip as a defense is as stupid as telling the officer you hadn’t snorted that cocaine yet.🙄🙄🤡

LEO0301
LEO0301

@Xxxxxaa Yes, the police are allowed to strike someone when the situation calls for it. If you kick me in the nuts I will hit you. So, the best way to avoid that from happening is to comply and not resist. I hope I made myself perfectly clear. I would hate for that to happen to you.

vze2sqr7
vze2sqr7

I always find it interesting that these videos only show the scuffle to push the anti cop agenda. Always seem to leave out what led up to the scuffle.

Nick Nitro
Nick Nitro

New Jersey Rent a cops..

BlueCrew
BlueCrew

XXXXxaa...I gues you've never heard of pain and compliance techniques. Where'd you get your formal cop education from, BET?

evekendall
evekendall

My, my aren't you all good little boot lickers. You all would have done great with the Nazis.

Being a cop is one of the few professions the expect respect when none is given to the civilians, you know, the people that pay their salaries. It's a fact that police departments do not hire anyone that has an I.Q. over 104. Can a person actually be “too smart” to be a cop in America? A federal court’s decision back in 2000 suggests that, yes, you actually can be.

Considering all the police brutality and officer-involved shootings in the news these days, here’s a rhetorical question for you: how well does this hiring practice bode for cops actually being able to follow the Constitution or use proper discretion while “protecting and serving” America?

kufan01
kufan01

@BlewCrew ... PPCT, (Pressure Point Control Technic), and PART, (Physical Apprehension Restraint Technic), were just a small part of my training. Pain Compliance was a big part of my career and I used it early and often. It usually does work. Thanks for taking me down memory lane!

chkgeorge
chkgeorge

she from mayfair ?

EixieWidow
EixieWidow

I hate chopped up videos but the cop was totally in the wrong. Restrain them but don't beat on them.

dinadee
dinadee

First off, I, myself, drank underage, but wasn't stupid enough to do it in public! I agree with the officer. People are becoming way too disrespectful to authority! Due to her age, I can see why! These "young" people today think they're above the law! Comply with the request, and you won't have these videos constantly being uploaded! I'm not saying there aren't any bad cops, but, I'd like to see these lawbreakers be a cop for half a day! STOP BREAKING LAWS AND YOU WON'T GET IN TROUBLE! Isn't that easy enough? Duh!!!!!!

RavenCrow16
RavenCrow16

@evekendall How does it feel going through life as mindless zombie who gobbles up all the crap that the media defecates into the socket where your brain should be located? Let's talk about the facts, rather than what the media fed you. You are referring to the case of Jordan v. City of New London, 2000 U.S. App. LEXIS 22195, a case from 18 years ago, and a case that dealt with a very peculiar way in which CT chose to administer the Wonderlic Personnel Test and Scholastic Level Exam. Jordan scored a 33 on that test. The police department had statistics that showed that many who scored that high often left the department for greener pastures. So they only interviewed people who scored between a 20 and 27. The WPT reports ALWAYS list an ideal range. (Here is an example report: http://www.resources.wonderliconline.com/InterpretingWPT-R.pdf) There is statistical evidence that scoring too high means that a department will spend a lot of time, effort and money on someone who is going to hit the road later on. By the way, a score of 20 on the WPT correlates to a 100. A 27 correlates to a 114. So your statement that "police departments" (as if the CT model from the year 2000 was the standard model around the country) "do not hire anyone with an IQ over 104", is demonstrably false, just from looking at the facts of the Jordan case. You also need to understand that the overwhelming majority of police departments do not administer the WPT at all, and most of the agencies that do, do not use it for screening in the same way that New London, CT was back in the late 90s. Now, I understand that someone with an IQ as low as yours might not be able to process the need to fact check the media, but I had a great time doing this for you! (By the way, I challenge you to explain my law enforcement experience, as not only am I a reserve law enforcement officer, but I am also a practicing lawyer who graduated at the top of my law school class. I've never taken the WPT, but I am willing to bet that I can score a lot higher than 27, yet my department still hired me.) Have a great day with your cup of fail.

Postal Code
Postal Code

Lets just state the facts: Under age female kicks police in the nuts runs and resists arrest. Police restrain her she still resists. Police strike her to convince her that they will over power her. She is on probation already.

BobbLee
BobbLee

@RavenCrow16 Well stated and researched. "...cup of fail." LOL!

Smedley
Smedley

To Protect and Serve....You a knuckle sandwich.

No. 26-50
MMcVey
MMcVey

Xxxxxaa has a valid point about unjust laws - and unjust law enforcement practices - in domestic violence cases. Thanks to the intense anti-male bias - MUCH stronger than the anti-black bias - of the Authority Abuse profession (which most people call the law enforcement profession), many thousands of male VICTIMS of domestic violence end up in jail for defending themselves, and many more for trying to report the violence only to be falsely accused by their abusive partners. Xxxxxaa is totally right about that.

THIS time the cop was right - this girl looks like a compulsive liar in addition to being a product of feminism. But look what it took for a cop to FINALLY admit a female had crossed the line. It sure wouldn't have taken anywhere that much from a male subject for a cop to decide he's had enough, and he wouldn't get anywhere near the public sympathy unless he was gay, black or Muslim.

THIS time the cop was right - but most cops need to stop and think about how much they contribute to women having her entitled attitude by giving them so much impunity and automatically ASS-U-ME-ing that any conflict between a man and a woman is automatically the man's fault. If too many cops are too favoritistic to women and have the same vendetta against men as they're often accused of having against blacks, a society full of women like Emily Weinman is the only possible result.

Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

@MMcVey an MGTOW out of his regular chatboards? This is momentous.

annier
annier

This woman obviously thought she was above the law. She is on the beach with a child, drinking alcohol, and is underage. The police officer asked her name. She could have complied, but instead acted like a two year old brat, spitting, and kicking a police officer. She showed no respect for the law at all. The police did what they had to do to restrain her. She also did not set a very good example for her child. It is time to grow up and take responsibility for your actions.

Phil Sturgill
Phil Sturgill

Evekendal, I’m gonna go ahead and call bullshit on your entire comment. Unless you can cite the actual basis where you state it’s a fact that departments only hire cops with 104 or less IQ, I’m actually going to call you a liar. You sound like one of the good little obama sjw that will believe anything bad about a cop. You should probably just go ahead and drink the other cup of koolaid...you know, the one Jim Jones gave his blind followers. What a stupid comment. I’ll just have to assume the same of you.

ACRScout
ACRScout

The "truth" here is still sketchy, so I wouldn't throw my lot in with either side. If underage drinking was the initial charge then confiscation of the booze and a short lecture from the cops should have been sufficient, and if that was all there was, then the cops definitely overreacted. If on the other hand the cops are telling the truth then they were justified in making the arrest. But the charges in either case seem a bit over the top. Cops where I live had a case involving myself where neighborhood kids committed misdemeanor trespass, vandalism, destruction of private property and felony theft, and when I reported it, the cops blew it off as just "kids being kids". So, while I can certainly believe that the girl was in the wrong, its a steep curve for me to side with the cops.