A white woman was arrested in Summerville, South Carolina, on June 25 after kicking some black teens out of a neighborhood pool, and allegedly assaulting one of the teens, on June 24.
The woman, identified as Stephanie Sebby-Strempel by WCIV, was filmed berating the teen boys and threatening to call 911.
She allegedly to hit the 15-year-old boy, who filmed her, at least three times as he walked out of the pool area.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office notes said the teens were invited to the pool by a friend in the neighborhood.
Witnesses reportedly said Sebby-Strempel told the teens that they did not belong at the pool, and had to leave.
The 15-year-old boy claimed his friends were “respectful and said, yes ma’am.”
Witnesses said Sebby-Strempel called the boys “punks,” and used racial slurs.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office said that Sebby-Strempel was the aggressor, based on the video.
Sebby-Strempel allegedly assaulted two detectives when they showed up at her home on June 25 to arrest her.
Sebby-Strempel allegedly pushed one detective into a wall, and bit a second detective on the arm, breaking the skin.
She has been charged with one count of third degree assault, and two counts of assaulting a law enforcement officer.