An acclaimed jazz musician said his year-old son was accosted and falsely accused of stealing a woman's iPhone at a boutique hotel in New York City over the weekend. The incident prompted an apology from the hotel and calls from the family's lawyer to bring charges against the woman. He shared a video on social media showing part of their encounter with her inside the lobby of the Arlo hotel in Manhattan Saturday. A post shared by Keyon Harrold keyonharrold. The woman told the teen to hand over the phone, but Harrold's son replied, "This is my phone.
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The minute-long video shows a woman accusing the boy of holding her cellphone when he was holding his own phone in the lobby of a New York City hotel. The woman can be seen repeatedly urging a hotel manager to grab the phone. Harrold said in the caption of the video that the woman, whom he did not name, scratched him and tackled and grabbed his son. A post shared by Keyon Harrold keyonharrold.
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This incident happened in New York City over the weekend. A white woman started screaming in a hotel that, with no proof, this teen stole her phone. Jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold filmed this insane woman attacking his son and posted the video to Instagram. We see this crap happening all the time, but it hits different when it hits home!!! I typically try to keep things positive, but nothing about this video is positive.
Ponsetto was caught on camera falsely accusing year-old Keyon Harrold Jr. In the viral video, she appears to attack the teenage boy, running after and tackling him as he tries to exit the hotel. Harrold also said that her missing phone was left in an Uber and later returned by the driver. The year-old woman caught on camera allegedly physically attacking a year-old Black teen and falsely accusing him of stealing her phone was arrested in California. In an exclusive interview, Miya Ponsetto and her lawyer spoke with GayleKing hours before she was arrested.