Woman accused man pulled gun on her and 3-year-old Jacksonville drive-thru


As per a report, a woman said a man pulled a gun on her and her 3-year-old daughter in a Hardee’s drive-through.

According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the incident happened Saturday morning off Baymeadows Road.

Records say the man was asked to leave the Hardee’s after he walked in without a mask.

The woman said she was waiting in line when the man pulled up behind her and started using his car horn. “Before I know it he’s with his window down he said, ‘You need to quit talking all that s*** with your kid in the car.’ And he pointed his gun at me,” the woman said.


“I am still in shock to this day because it’s never happened to me. I was born and raised here in Jacksonville and I’ve never had an issue. I’ve never had anyone point gun at me,” she said. A photo of the car was captured Hardee’s surveillance.

Samuel Clermont said he was with his 1-year-old son and claimed that’s his car.

“The woman’s car was in front of me. Of course, there were a couple cars in the line, as well. She was waiting to go through the drive-through, but she was actually going the wrong way in to get in line to be in the drive-through, so I gave her a courtesy tap, or a courtesy honk, just to make sure she could move a little bit so I could actually go around her and actually make a U-turn to go back in the drive-through line the right way. When I did that, all h*** broke loose,” Clermont said.

When asked whether Clermont ever pointed a gun at her, he said, “no, never. I would never do that with my son in the back seat,” Clermont said.

The investigation is ongoing.


Written by Jennica Mira

Jennica Mira is the senior reporter of Orlando Solution. She finished her Bachelor in Communication from the University of Central Florida and currently residing in Orlando. In leisure, she likes to read poetry and contemporary articles.

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