Saturday, March 15, 2008

Alycia Lane May Sue NYC After Arrest

This scumbag just can't keep herself out of the spotlight, can she?

NEW YORK (AP) -- A former Philadelphia television news anchor has taken a step toward suing New York City over her arrest after a dustup with police.

So, you can punch a police officer, call her a "dyke bitch," and get arrested then sue the city because of it? Are you frakkin' kidding me? The gall of this broad!

A judge downgraded the charges against Alycia Lane last month and agreed to dismiss them if the Emmy winner stays out of trouble for six months.

And there it is. This idiot judge downgraded the charge, and now Lane thinks she has a case against the city. Nice going, a-hole!

Lane maintains she was subjected to false arrest, unlawful imprisonment, libel, slander, defamation and "economic injuries,'' according to a notice of claim filed with the city last week. The notice is the first step toward a lawsuit against a government agency.

Good for her. How dare the NYPD arrest a television personality for merely assaulting a police officer! New York has some nerve.

Lane's claim seeks an unspecified sum above $5 million.

Nice. Like this whore really suffered $5 million worth of damages. You didn't lose a toe, you piece of garbage!

"Right now, she is weighing all her options, and this was necessary to keep her options,'' said her lawyer, David S. Smith. The claim was filed shortly before a legal deadline.

Typical lawyer. Support the criminal. To hell with the police.

Lane, 35, was arrested around 2 a.m. on Dec. 16 and charged with assaulting an officer. A police complaint said she put a video camera in an officer's face as he tried to usher an intoxicated person into a taxi. The complaint said that when another officer intervened, Lane cursed at her and hit her in the face, leaving cuts and swelling. Lane denied it.

Of course she denied it. Those racist, sexist, commie cops punched themselves in the face in order to frame a nationally renowned celebrity! It's O.J. all over again! Idiot.

Prosecutors later reduced the charges against Lane from felony assault to misdemeanor obstruction of government administration and harassment. A spokeswoman said the scratches on the officer's face weren't severe enough to warrant the felony charge. (H/T - 1010WINS)

Serves you right. This is what happens when the District Attorney makes a deal. It leaves the door open for all sorts of lawsuits and complaints. You had a good case here, and you blew it. You blew it. And now the city of New York is going to give a despicable human being a big-time payday.

I don't use the C-word very often, but in Lane's case, I think it definitely applies.

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