Monday, March 4, 2024

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 You see why i am single .......fucking bitch will not  even let a  cellist play in peace .......whore ......fifty bucks say she was a  democrat ......no taste in music  .....poor eyeglasses  .......i hope  she gets  a  dose  of  clit   disease .....trust a woman  to ruin someones   gig..... ....hence why i am single  ......probably a joe biden fan .....no culture .......fucking pig !!!!!!!......anyways  hope  he gets a  record  deal ......fifty cyber bucks says she has no father ............ and  her mother is not  much  better ......


NYPD arrests 23-year-old woman in connection with a subway attack on cellist

The New York Police Department has arrested a 23-year-old woman in connection with a performer being attacked last month while playing his cello at a Manhattan subway station.

Amira Hunter, was arrested and charged with assault on Wednesday, according to the NYPD. The Brooklyn resident’s arrest comes after Iain Forrest, a 29-year-old electric cellist who performs under the name “Eyeglasses,” was bashed in the back of the head with a metal water bottle while performing at 34th Street Herald Square station in mid-February.

subway attack musician cello player @eyeglasses.stringmusic (@eyeglasses.stringmusic via Instagram)
subway attack musician cello player @eyeglasses.stringmusic (@eyeglasses.stringmusic via Instagram)

Hunter, who has had prior arrests involving domestic violence, petty larceny and grand larceny but no criminal convictions, pleaded not guilty and was ordered to cooperate with supervised release.

“The judge in this case was right to order supervised release for Ms. Hunter, as she has no prior criminal convictions,” Hunter’s lawyer, New York County Defender Services attorney Joseph Conza, said in a statement provided to NBC News. “People still deserve the presumption of innocence, even when video is released early on, because that is only a small part of the story. Other people have been exonerated despite early video footage for exactly that reason.”

Forrest addressed the developments in a video on Friday, saying he was “relieved and thankful” that the suspect was caught.

“You may see on the news that the suspect was released under supervision; rather than get mired in the complexities of bail reform, I want to focus on everyone staying safe and moving forward positively with music,” Forrest said.

Video that captured the incident showed a woman lingering at the station watching Forrest perform, before suddenly attacking him. Forrest, who is part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s performing arts program Music Under New York, previously told NBC News that the incident prompted him to decide to stop playing in the NYC subway system. He also said he is in the process of forming a coalition to push for stronger protections for subway musicians.

The NYPD currently records information on reported attacks, but Forrest said he is pushing for more specific data to be collected.

“There’s just no tally or that simple counting and tracking of specifically musicians being attacked,” he said. “Once we have eyes on those trends, and you see, ‘OK, well look, it’s against solo musicians who are at 34th Street Herald Square at the evening rush hour.’ Once you have that information you can better give resources to prevent that from happening with the NYPD.”

Hunter is expected back in court on April 4 for a hearing.

Woman nabbed for bashing cello player in head with metal bottle inside NYC subway stop

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The attacker who bashed a cello player in the head with a metal bottle inside a Midtown subway station has been nabbed, according to police.

Amira Hunter, 23, was arraigned Thursday on an assault charge in Manhattan Criminal Court, where she was put on supervised release and directed to go to a homeless shelter.

She allegedly attacked Iain Forrest, a 29-year-old medical student who was playing his electric cello as part of the MTA’s Music Under New York program, in the Herald Square stop the evening of Feb. 13.

The unprovoked assault, which left Forrest convinced the subway system is too dangerous for him to continue performing, was caught on video taken by straphangers who were watching him perform “Titanium” by Sia.

The footage shows Forrest playing in front of a crowd as the attacker comes up behind him, grabs the musician’s metal water bottle from the floor and bashes him in the head with it.

The attacker, who wore a mask to cover her face, was leaning nonchalantly against a pillar before rushing toward Forrest, cops said.

The victim hunched over in pain after being struck as the attacker ran off. He was not badly hurt.

“I couldn’t quite get my bearings and it was only when I saw my metal water bottle rolling around on the ground and I saw the crowd’s face in awe, disbelief and shock that I realized, I think someone just smashed the back of my head,” Forrest said several days after the attack.

Hunter lives in East New York, Brooklyn, and has seven prior arrests, according to cops. Four of the arrests involve domestic violence, two are for petty larceny and the most recent one, last October, is for grand larceny and involves shoplifting, police said.

Her Thursday court appearance saw an odd outburst.

When Judge Marva Brown asked the prosecution if it would seek an order of protection against Hunter, an ADA said one wasn’t needed since the defendant and victim were strangers.

“What the f—? We’re not strangers,” Hunter exclaimed, prompting the judge to tell her to quiet down.

The homeless suspect, who has a face tattoo of a horseshoe, was told to report to a social worker at her new shelter.

For his part, Forrest previously said the attack, which came in the wake of a prior assault in Times Square last May, convinced him the subway system, as “exciting” as it is, is too dangerous a place for him to perform.

“It does kind of break my heart that this is something that has to stop indefinitely, barring some sort of systemic change with protection for performances in the subway,” he said.

The cellist, whose nickname is “Eyeglasses,” nearly pulled the plug on underground performances when he was beaten and choked in last May’s incident by a man who tried to steal his money.

That suspect, Rendell Robinson, 40, was charged with robbery. He is being held on bail.

“I’ve got a wife,” Forrest said. “I’ve got a family and friends that care about me and I don’t know what they would do if I was gone.”

Hunter, who was arrested Wednesday, shed no light on the disturbing incident.

Asked why she attacked the cellist, she simply said, “I don’t know why.”

Her defense lawyer declined to comment.







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