Weinman insisted in a since-deleted Facebook post and in the video that she had not had anything to drink. "Kind of upset. The things people say about me". They see one video and one situation and they're saying all this negative stuff about a person.
Twenty-year-old Emily Weinman says she was with her 1-year-old daughter at the beach on Memorial Day Weekend when she was approached by Wildwood officers for suspicion of underage drinking.
Weinman said she gave officers two breathalyzer tests that came back negative, but the officers wouldn't leave. "I'm not this person that they're out here trying to make me seem like". She says something in her gut told her to not give them her name, and she had cooperated with them until that point so she felt she was in her rights to not provide her name.
Weinman appeard with her attorney, Stephen Dicht. Cell phone video and body cam footage shows the moment Weinman was arrested after refusing to show an officer her ID.
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The video sparked outrage about police brutality, but Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced Tuesday that he would not be bringing criminal charges in the case. "That's not right at all", Weinman told CBS News correspondent David Begnaud, speaking publicly for the first time on TV about the incident.
The footage also shows her spitting at the police officers, though on Good Morning America Emily claimed this was just a misunderstanding: she wasn't spitting at the police officers, she was simply empty her mouth of sand, since the officer had slammed her head to the sand.
"The Saturday she was taken into custody, she was in custody a total of about 40 minutes", Dicht said. "It's going to take me a while to look at a police officer the same way, and it's sad because you have police officers out here that aren't doing their job and then you have police officers out here that are doing their job and they get the bad rap".
Weinman has been charged with assault on police and other charges.
Most recently, Cape May prosecutors have said they will not press charges against the police officers involved in the video. A decision such as this is not based on emotion; it is based upon applying the proper laws, policies and directives that govern law enforcement.