Newly launched surveillance footage reveals that the lady who harassed Grammy-winning musician Keyon Harrold and his son assaulted {the teenager}.

Ben Crump, the lawyer for the Harrold household, launched footage of the Dec. 26 incident that occurred on the Arlo Resort in Manhattan to the general public through Twitter. The 19-second clip reveals the lady lunging on the teen and tackling him to the ground.  

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The newly launched video aligns with Harrold’s account of what occurred. He posted a video of the lady, who has been revealed to be 22-year-old Miya Ponsetto, confronting him and his son as a result of she believed that {the teenager} stole her cellphone.

“Take the case off, that’s mine,” she stated. “Actually, give it again.”

Harrold responded, saying “You suppose there’s just one iPHone made on the planet,” earlier than the lady lets the pair know that she received’t allow them to go away the resort.

Within the caption for the video that he shared on Instagram, Harrold stated that, “This particular person quote on quote ‘misplaced’ her iPhone, and apparently, my son magically acquired it, which [is] merely ridiculous.”

“This incident went on for 5 extra minutes, me defending my son from this lunatic,” he continued. “She scratched me; she tackled and grabbed him.”

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Harrold went on to say that she wasn’t even a visitor of the resort, having checked out three days earlier than, and that she discovered her cellphone when an Uber driver returned it to her.

In keeping with the NY Post, Ponsetto has had a few brushes with the regulation within the final yr.
She was arrested for public intoxication in Beverly Hills on Feb. 28.

In Could, she was detained for drunk driving close to Calabasas and hit with 4 misdemeanor counts — two for driving drunk, one for illegal use of a driver’s license, and one for driving with a suspended license.

Ponsetto alleges that she was assaulted through the incident as an alternative.

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