Breaking Hair Weave News: Video Shows Michigan Cop Cutting a Woman’s Hair Weave While in Custody (Video)
On Sunday, NBC News reported on a very bizarre case of police misconduct, involving the hair weave of a woman in custody. It seems that a video has surfaced showing a Michigan cop cutting a woman’s hair weave right out of her hair. The woman, who was in custody at the time, was arrested back in November for allegedly damaging a motel room and police. When this video went viral, the social media world went wild.
Video: Michigan Cop Cutting a Woman’s Hair Weave
Was this cop out of line? Watch the video below and tell us what you think about this cop cutting a woman’s hair weave right out of her head:
Michigan Woman’s Hair Weave Chopped Off While in Restraints
Surveillance video captured the Michigan cop hacking away at the woman’s hair weave. Many say this was far beyond anything he had the right to do. And, that’s why the video showing the Michigan cop cutting the lady’s hair weave out has become so controversial on social media.
In the video, you can see that 23-year old Charda Gregory is tied up in a restraining chair. At some point, female officer Police Officer Bernadette Najor of the Warren, Michigan division literally cuts and rips her long braids right out of her hair.
Just like any woman with a hair weave, Gregory protested. But, the lady cop didn’t stop until the entire hair weave was gone from Charda’s head.
Cutting a Woman’s Hair Weave Violated Michigan Jail Policy
According to Officer Najor, hair weaves come with suicide risks. However, the lady cop who cut a woman’s hair weave right out of her head was suspended. She was later fired for the violent haircut she gave Charda Gregory, according to WDIV.
Warren Police Commissioner Jere Green, who said Najor was out of line, gave the following statement:
“There’s a real simple thing: it’s called right and wrong. And to me this is something that I won’t tolerate, I don’t think the citizens of Warren will tolerate it.
We are always in the process of reviewing things that happen and trying to make ourselves better and more responsible to the people we work for.”
Was this cop out of line for cutting a woman’s hair weave while in custody?
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