An executive who helps run Donald Trump’s hotel chain was arrested for attacking a young mother outside his ritzy downtown Brooklyn condo.
Nathan Crisp was charged with misdemeanor assault for repeatedly slamming a 27-year-old mother of two against the sidewalk during a clash outside his doorman building on Gold St. on Easter Sunday.
Victim Sheneik McCallum says she pulled over outside the Avalon Fort Greene condo tower to make sure one of her infants was secured into a baby seat when Crisp yelled at her to get off private property.
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After the two continued to quarrel, Crisp, 34, allegedly blocked the young mom’s car with his own vehicle and attacked her, according to community advocate Tony Herbert. He threw her to the ground twice, according to cops.
Crisp was taken into custody shortly after the attack and given a desk appearance ticket, according to police. He is due to answer the misdemeanor charges in court on May 2.
McCallum suffered bruises to her head and foot but was not hospitalized, cops said.
A LinkedIn page for Nathan Crisp identifies him as vice president of revenue management and distribution at Trump Hotels. Attempts to contact Crisp were unsuccessful Thursday morning and his current employment status could not be immediately confirmed.
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Herbert said the NYPD showed favoritism by giving Crisp a desk appearance ticket instead of booking him and putting him through the system. He intends to protest the move with a rally outside the 84th Precinct stationhouse Thursday afternoon.
"I am not sure why this person isn't in handcuffs in a cell somewhere, but we will be reaching out to the brass at the NYPD as to why not,” Herbert said in a statement. "When I learned that this perpetrator worked for the Trump organization, I gotta say I wasn't surprised as to the attitude and disrespect displayed by this guy to this young woman.”
McCallum has two prior arrests, police sources said. She was arrested in 2011 for grand larceny and on March 3 for assault and harassment over a Feb. 28 domestic incident involving her boyfriend.
Trump’s campaign stops have become a hotbed of violence, with the candidate’s followers attacking protesters in both St. Louis and Chicago. On March 9 in North Carolina, a supporter of the billionaire presidential candidate was videotaped sucker-punching a protester being led away from a rally.
On Tuesday, Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with battery for grabbing a reporter who had tried to ask the presidential candidate a question in Florida.
Trump has denied any responsibility for the madness and blasted back at claims he’s fomenting violence at his rallies.