Miya Ponsetto, 22, of Piru, California, additionally faces tried theft and grand larceny fees in addition to a cost of appearing in a fashion injurious to a toddler after an incident final month in New York, the New York Police Division stated in an electronic mail.
Ponsetto was arrested Thursday in Piru and has been extradited to New York, a spokesperson for the New York Police Division instructed CNN.
“The woman on this video assaulted my 14-year-old son and me as we got here down from our room within the @arlohotels Arlo Soho to get breakfast,” Harrold wrote in an Instagram submit.
Ponsetto stated she had misplaced her cellphone, and “apparently, my son magically acquired it,” Harrold wrote, calling the declare “ridiculous.”
It’s unclear if Ponsetto has an lawyer on this case.
She insisted within the interview that race was not an element and that her actions weren’t prison.
The NYPD stated they weren’t investigating the incident as a case of racial bias.
“I used to be approaching the individuals exiting the resort,” Ponsetto instructed CBS in a generally tense interview, “as a result of in my thoughts anyone exiting…could be the one that’s attempting to steal my cellphone.”