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Florida woman allegedly slaps kid at an amusement park

Florida woman uses racial slur on child

A white Florida woman is confronting lawful offense child abuse allegations after police say she slapped an 11-year-old Black kid and considered him a racist slur after his go-kart knock hers at an amusement park in Florida.

 

 

White Florida woman allegedly slaps Black kid at amusement park
White Florida woman allegedly slaps Black kid at an amusement park

 

Haley Zager, the woman, 30 is living in Florida. Boca Raton police say in court records that Zager and the kid were driving go-karts at the Boomers Amusement Park Saturday night when they inadvertently collided. They state Zager stood up to the kid after the ride and, within the sight of three Boomers employees, slapped him in the face, utilizing a racist slur to legitimize the strike to observer.

Court records state Zager confessed to officials that she struck the youngster, who had a swollen eye however denied using the slur. Police say they likewise found a holder of pills in her underwear and charged her will unlawful possession of prescription drugs.

Zager was released on her own recognizance Monday. Her open protector didn’t quickly react to an email Wednesday early daytime looking for input.

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Written by Charles Stillwater

Mr. Charles has worked with BBC for several years before joining as chief editor for Orlando Solution. He is a father of two beautiful daughters and currently living in the beautiful city of Orlando. He likes to play basketball in his free time.

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