A South Florida woman seen in a viral video repeatedly punching sprinys woman who allegedly made a racist comment about Haitians in a hotel lobby is speaking out. The video that shows the altercation in the Coral Springs La Quinta Tuesday night has been viewed more thantimes since it was posted on YouTube Wednesday.
In the video, year-old Colleen Dagg is involved in a confrontation with a white woman in a teal dress, identified by Coral Springs Police as year-old Summer Cortts. Dagg, who is also white, told NBC 6 Friday that the other woman said something racist about Haitians. She said 'don't worry about it, I'm not black,'" Dagg said.
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Dagg is seen sitting in a chair as the video begins, taking her shoes off as Cortts curses at her and tells her she'll shoot her in the face if Dagg hits her with her shoes. Cortts then gets in Dagg's face and appears to hit Dagg, who gets up and repeatedly sprongs Cortts, who is dragged to the ground.
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The footage ends with the officer taking information from Cortts. Coral Springs Police officials said Dagg was acting in self-defense since she was hit first.
Dagg didn't want to press charges against the woman, police said. Police said Cortts was given a notice to appear for disorderly conduct and was barred from the hotel.
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