A Miami fan slapped a police officer - and he punched her back


The incident happened during the University of Miami's victory over Virginia Tech at the Hard Rock stadium on Saturday night.

When she wouldn't exit the section, officers had to use force.

According to the Associated Press (via ESPN), Freitas was charged with felony battery on a police officer and misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Police are investigating an altercation between a Hurricanes fan and an officer during Saturday's game between No. 10 Miami and No. 13 Virginia Tech.

The 14-second video was first shared by Barstool UMiami, and appears to show four male police officers pick up a woman in a UM t-shirt.

The Miami-Dade Police Department is reportedly gathering information regarding the incident.

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Jail records do not show Freitas being held Sunday afternoon. According to the report, the officers tried to calm Frietas down and move her to the stadium concourse.

After flailing at one officer and missing, the woman then slaps another across the face.

Authorities said Farrington hid her daughter's body in the trunk of her 2013 Nissan Altima for several days. She did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.

The officer then hits her in the head with his right fist, causing the woman to crumble as she is carried out of camera range.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officials said her body had bruises on her arms, legs and torso.