Kathleen Alamo, 23, allegedly attacked an officer who had asked her to use headphones because her video game was too loud in a hallway of Manhattan Supreme Court.
An unhinged defendant who was out on bail in a weapons case bit a Manhattan court officer after she was asked to use headphones in the courthouse hallway, authorities said Friday.
Kathleen Alamo, 23, was charged with assault, obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct for allegedly flipping out and attacking the officer, who had asked her to use headphones as her video games blared on the 13th floor of Manhattan Supreme Court about 9:45 a.m. Thursday.
“I’m waiting for my f—ing lawyer. I’m not telling you my f—ing name,” Alamo railed at the request, according to court papers.
Alamo chomped down on the officer’s left forearm, according to the criminal complaint.
The officer’s skin was pierced in the attack and her injuries caused her “to suffer substantial pain,” the complaint continued.