The attorney for the 20-year-old Philadelphia woman who was accused of underage drinking and arrested on a Wildwood beach is speaking out.
Weinman, 20, of Philadelphia, was charged with assaulting officers by kicking and spitting on them during the encounter. The officer can be heard saying "that's it" before striking Weinman in the head, She is handcuffed and walked to a police auto. "Alright, you're about to get dropped", he tells her.
"They're choking me!" Weinman yells while trying to free herself from the officer.
Beachgoers try to intervene as Weinman screams, "You're not allowed to hit me and choke me like that". She tells them the unopened alcohol belongs to her aunt, who is on her way to the beach.
Screen capture from Wildwood Police video. Weinman faces several charges including two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
When asked by a reporter if Weinman deserved to be punched, Troiano said she was "out of control".
On Wednesday, Troiano Jr. softened his tone a bit, calling the incident unfortunate. She said the officer then informed her he was arresting her.
As Weinman shouts for her boyfriend, she turns around and slams an officer in the chest, which police say caused his camera to turn off.
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She runs away, shouting profanities and telling the officers not to handcuff her. "I told them I wasn't drinking and the alcohol was clearly closed/sealed, which the cops seen", she wrote on Facebook.
Wildwood police asked anyone who was present and has video of the altercation to come forward to help their internal affairs investigation, in which Cape May County officers will also be assisting.
CBS New York reported video of Saturday's incident shows an officer striking the woman's head twice as she's down on the sand. However, aggravated assault on a police officer is often times reduced in plea bargains to simple assault.
See the bystander's video here, and watch the body camera footage below.
At one point, once she's already on the ground, the cop again declares "that's it", and begins pummeling her on the top of the head. Did she deserve to get hit?
Wildwood Police Chief Robert Regalbuto said the camera footage switches on and off because Weinman "forcibly struck" the officer in the torso, affecting the camera.
However, she criticized their use of force and denied that she tried to run, instead she said she was backing up and tripped.
Weinman has a summons to appear in court on June 15.