Second Trump employee accused of manhandling a woman

Brooklyn woman claims Trump Hotel exec slammed her to the ground

TRD New York /
Apr.April 01, 2016 09:30 AM

Another employee of the Trump Organization has been accused of mistreating a woman.

A Brooklyn woman has accused Nathan Crisp, vice president of revenue management and distribution at Trump Hotels, of slamming her to the ground.

On Easter, Sheneik McCallum says she pulled over near Avalon Fort Greene, a 631-unit, 42-story residential tower at 343 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn.

The mother of two said she wanted to make sure the baby seat was secure, the New York Daily news reported.

Crisp allegedly screamed at her to get off private property. It quickly escalated to Crisp allegedly grabbing McCallum, the tabloid reported.

“We started tussling and he ended up picking me up from the floor and body slamming me to the floor, not once but twice,” said McCallum, the newspaper reported. “He was calling all kinds of names, like ‘b—h’ … How much can I defend myself against a 6-foot, 300-pound man?”

Crisp was charged with misdemeanor assault.

“I am totally innocent of all charges and look forward to defending this matter in court at which time I am confident that I will be fully vindicated,” Crisp said in an email to the Daily News.

Corey Lewandowski, the GOP presidential frontrunner’s campaign manager, was charged with battery for grabbing a Breitbart reporter earlier this month. [NYDN]Dusica Sue Malesevic


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