Nothing says handicap like woman fighting over her space. The system is broke and over abused by the lazy welfare snobs.
(DailyMail)This 32-year old black woman, identified as Kezia Perkins, knocked down a 71-year old over a handicapped parking space at Walmart. Is it interesting how this 32 year old would have a handicap permit but is still able to get into a fight?
A fight over a handicapped parking spot ended with a 71-year-old woman being hospitalized with a broken leg and the need for a second hip replacement.
The confrontation at the Walmart store on West Layton Avenue in Greenfield, Wisconsin, saw two women, both with handicapped tags on their cars, face off over the space.
Kezia Perkins, 32, was attempting to park in the handicapped spot, but couldn’t make the turn into the space.
That’s when the unidentified 71-year-old woman pulled in instead in her SUV.
Surveillance footage from February 3 shows Perkins block in the SUV, then get out of her car and move around to the driver’s window, out of sight.
From what she told me when I was tending to her, she just had hip surgery done. She couldn`t move. It may have come undone,’ Rawlins told Fox 6.
Perkins was charged on Wednesday with felony aggravated battery and appears in court next week
In describing what happened he said: ‘This lady chest-butted,’ referring to Perkins.
Perkins is alleged to have told police: ‘it’s not my fault the elderly woman bounced off my big (chest).’
When Greenfield police checked her license and handicapped tag they found that the license wasn’t valid and the tag wasn’t even registered in her name.
Perkins was charged on Wednesday with felony aggravated battery, and could face six years in prison if convicted and up to $10,000 in fines. She appears in court next week.
Police said that the victim went through five hours of surgery after she was attacked to fix fractures to her femur.
She also needed a second hip replacement.
Perkins’ lawyer issued a statement maintaining her innocence and that she is handicapped.
‘This was an unfortunate accident that came about after a misunderstanding between two individuals. Ms. Perkins is, herself, disabled, however the fact that her disability is not immediately noticeable led to confusion between the two women.’
—Courtesy of Daily Mail