A Texas woman was stopped on a routine traffic stop by police, who tried to tell her that her license plate was on the dashboard instead of bumper. Well, the woman decided that was a ‘racist’ thing to do, and immediately sped off, leading cops on a 40 minute car chase, while she ranted on Facebook live, and even called a local TV station to broadcast the story – of her traffic stop.
“Do you know this started over my motherf***ing p***y?” Jessica Latrese Chatman, 37 said on her Facebook live video, before she mentioned another woman and concluded: “Ya’ll got me f***ed up.”
The Daily Mail reports:
A woman who broadcast her traffic stop on Facebook live sped off and led police on a high-speed chase, during which she called a local TV station saying she feared for her life.
Jessica Latrese Chatman, 37, who had a felony stalking warrant issued for her arrest, was stopped by the police in Willis, Texas, on Friday morning.
She claimed the cops were ‘harassing’ her in a 54-second video on Facebook, before she drove off at speeds exceeding 100miles per hour.
With a chopper overhead and police cars tailing her, Chatman called in to ABC13 and spoke to managing editor Julie Griffin, who finally urged her to pull over after 40 minutes.
Chatman filmed herself during the traffic stop around 10am, angling her cell phone at one point to show the police car parked behind her.
She went on a 54-second rant and claimed she was pulled over because her license plate was sitting on her dashboard rather than on her bumper.
‘Ain’t nobody else pull me over for that,’ Chatman said. ‘I’m being harassed by these godd*** cops because I’m exposing their cooked a** for what the f*** they is.’
‘Do you know this started over my motherf***ing p***y?’ Chatman said, before she mentioned another woman and concluded: ‘Ya’ll got me f***ed up.’
The policeman was said to have recognized her from the arrest warrant, according to Lt. Alton Nelson, who said Chatman took off during the traffic stop.
She led police on a 40-minute chase, during which she weaved in and out of traffic and phoned ABC13 saying she feared for her life.
Griffin, who tried to calm Chatman down, said: ‘She called and she said: “I’m the woman that police are chasing, your chopper is over me. I’m not going to stop. They tried to kill me in Montgomery County.”‘
The managing editor, who was watching the live aerial footage of Chatman’s car, urged the 37-year-old to get off the road, lest she crash and hurt someone.