VIDEO: Woman Avoids Being Charged With Sexual Assault On Officer Despite Video
Tuscaloosa, AL – A woman wasn't charged with sexual assault of a Tuscaloosa police officer after she was arrested outside a Waffle House on Sunday (video below).
A cell phone clip of the woman’s arrest quickly went viral, amassing millions of views since it was originally posted online, Busted Coverage reported.
The video showed the woman as she was being handcuffed by a Tuscaloosa police officer outside the restaurant.
The officer had the suspect facing away from him, pinned up against the front windows of the Waffle House.
“Oh yeah?” she yelled out seductively, as she rubbed her rear end against the officer’s thigh and pelvis. “You like that? You like that?”
The officer pushed her away from him with his leg just before the clip ended.
She was subsequently booked into jail on $1,000 cumulative bond for charges of harassment and disorderly conduct, Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office records showed.
TPD refused to release information about her arrest, and has not responded to Blue Lives Matter regarding why she was not charged for assaulting the officer.
“I’m on world starr…” she later boasted on her Instagram story. “My parents *are* proud.”
She also asked her Instagram followers to send her money through Venmo.
“Went through some legal trouble,” she wrote. “If you wanna throw me $5 bucks…I’d like that.”
You can watch the viral cell phone footage of her obscene antics in the video below: