Woman From 8-ball Jacket Attack Video Pleads Guilty

Published on Aug 07,2017
by InTheBlack
The woman charged with felony assault for stabbing a man with her stiletto on a subway for wearing an ugly 8-ball jacket took a plea deal Thursday in Manhattan court. Danay Howard, 21, copped to assault in the second degree and assault in the third degree for a wild brawl captured on cellphone video that broke out on an F train in Greenwich Village on Nov. 8, 2014. “It is alleged that you struck the complaining witness in the head with a stiletto boot, causing that person to sustain a laceration, bleeding and substantial pain. … Are those charges true?” asked Justice Larry Stephen in Manhattan Supreme Court. “Yes,” she answered. If she completes one year of therapy, three days of community service and stays out of trouble for a year, she’ll be allowed to re-plead to a misdemeanor, prosecutors said. Howard and a group of her girlfriends were allegedly taunting Jorge Pena for wearing the unfashionable leather coat. “You got wack 8-ball jacket that came out in 1990,” Howard yelled at Pena, 25. “Get your money game up.”
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