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Family Of Keyon Harrold Jr Demand Assault Charges Be Filed After False Theft Charges

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The woman who has now become known as ‘Soho Karen’ is finally saying something on camera since that infamous attack.  The problem is, she’s not saying anything about the assault and her role in it.

Nothing was said about her accusing the 14-year-old black teen of taking her iPhone and even assuming he was carrying it in his hand.  Never mind that it turned out to have been HIS phone, she still lunged after him and his father, jazz musician Keyon Harrold, over her missing phone.

Now identified as Miya Ponsetto, she was spotted back at a McDonald’s in California when a reporter asked her some questions.

When asked about “any regrets about what happened the other day?,” Ponsetto simply provided a lot of easy answers, yet avoided speaking on the obvious at the same time.

“I’m good,” was her answer before adding “Have a very good day. Take care of yourself.”

From EURweb:

“Are you worried that the police are looking for you? Are you concerned about the warrant for your arrest? Why did you do it?” the reporter probes.

“I’m actually 22, so I don’t know what the problem is here – and I’m also Puerto Rican. Take care of yourself!” Miya responds.

Once again, she doesn’t address the incident and she never apologized to the father and son.

This also is not the first time Ponsetto has been in trouble with the law as she and her mother Nicole “were arrested for creating a disturbance at the posh Penninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills” almost a year ago in February 2020.

Both mother and daughter have a court hearing this month.


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Article Courtesy of EURweb

First and Second Picture Courtesy of Scott Heins and Getty Images

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