I'm done with you. The officer can be seen striking Weinman in the head, and she is handcuffed and walked to a police auto. "I didn't do anything wrong", as she kicks her legs at the officers. The release said that at the end of the second video, the woman struck the officer in the torso, causing the camera to shut off. It was apparently reactivated as the two struggled in the sand.
"That's it", the officer says and begins to punch her multiple times in the head.
An attorney for 20-year-old Emily Weinman, of Philadelphia, told Philly.com the charges against Weinman are exaggerated. "I didn't do anything wrong". "I didn't do anything to get written up, did I?" She walks down the beach and the officers follow.
"Get off of me, don't pull my hair, what are you doing?"
"She started screaming initially". "They're choking me. I can not breathe". "At that moment, he told me that if I did not give it to him, he would stop me", she added. Emily can be heard saying.
The video filmed by another beachgoer Saturday and posted to social media shows two officers trying to subdue Weinman, with one officer hitting her in the head twice with a closed fist.
"You're not allowed to beat me like that!" she yells.
"I'm a woman it doesn't matter!" When the officer turns the camera back on, the physical confrontation is underway. "Back the f- up!"
"Don't f--ing touch me", Weinman says. I put her in cuffs and locked her up. She insults the officers and tells them they're wasting their time.
Police on Wednesday said the incident could have gone another direction.
In an interview with Good Day Philadelphia Thursday morning, Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano continued his defense of the officers' actions and said the whole thing could have been avoided had Weinman provided the officers with her last name.
"You have a young lady who was out of control". "She pushed him so hard it knocked the camera off". It's not clear which officer actually punched the woman.
However, she criticized their use of force and denied that she tried to run, instead she said she was backing up and tripped.
Dicht, Weinman's lawyer, said that in viewing the video, he did not see Weinman striking the officer and said it appeared that the officer was the one who escalated the incident.