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Ugly new details on Alycia's arrest

 

 

The New York Post has additional information on Alycia Lane’s arrest, Ugly new details on Alycia's arrest

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The New York Post has additional information on Alycia Lane’s arrest, first reported by Daily News reporter Regina Medina on PhillyGossip.com earlier today.

 “I don't care that you're a cop- dyke bitch," the Post quotes Lane saying before slugging a female police officer during a confrontation early Sunday morning in Manhattan.

A police report obtained by Philadelphia Will Do quotes Lane telling the officer: “I don't give a fuck who you are, I'm a fucking TV reporter, you fucking dyke."

According to the Post, as Lane, her boyfriend Chris Booker, Q102 morning show host, and another couple, traveled in a taxicab, a male passenger of their cab got out to confront a slow-moving vehicle in front of their cab. The car contained three plainclothes cops. The paper says the female officer had asked Lane, who was taking pictures of the officers, to back up if she was going to snap photos, prompting Lane’s outburst and a punch, according to police sources quoted by the Post, which said that Lane cried “so hard that her makeup ran down her face,” after she was arrested.

Lane had no comment for reporters tonight as she was released on her own recognizance. Her attorney David Smith told the Post his client "absolutely never hit or made any derogatory comments to anyone." "She was accosted by several individuals wearing plainclothes who violently grabbed her camera to prevent her from taking pictures of the altercation they were involved in," Smith said.

 

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