A girl whose confrontation with a Black man trying to make use of a public pier was captured on video final month has now been charged with a hate crime.

65-year-old Irene Donoshaytis of Northfield, close to Chicago, turned herself into the Winnetka Police Division on Wednesday morning (September 9). Deputy Police Chief Brian O’Connell, in accordance with the Chicago Tribune, says Donoshaytis was charged with a Class 4 felony hate crime, which was filed by the Cook dinner County state’s lawyer’s workplace.

Donoshaytis was later transported to the Skokie courthouse, the place she appeared at a day bond listening to. A bond was set at $10,000 by Choose Anjana Hansen who ordered Donoshaytis to don’t have any contact with the sufferer and eye witnesses. She additionally had to surrender her passport.

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Donoshaytis was accused of hanging Skokie resident Otis Campbell on August 17. He, his buddy and his cousin have been confronted by the girl over whether or not they have been allowed to be close to the Winnetka pier. All three of the individuals she confronted have been Black.

In line with prosecutors, white cyclists have been additionally current in the identical space and weren’t confronted by Donoshaytis. The group was reportedly stress-free on the pier following a 15-mile bicycle journey.

Donoshaytis is alleged to have approached the trio and stated, “That is America. That is America, you may’t do that. I’m from Winnetka. It is advisable return the place you’re from,” in accordance with Campbell.

Donoshaytis subsequently approached a Winnetka Park District worker to complain concerning the group Campbell and his mates.

Campbell then started recording on his cellphone the interplay as the worker defined that  the three cyclists have been sitting on public property and {that a} seashore move shouldn’t be required.

Campbell is then heard laughing to which Donoshaytis turns round and asks, “Are you loopy? What, you need to kill me? No? It feels prefer it,” she says on the video.

“Why would I need to kill you? Is it as a result of I’m Black?” Campbell replies.

“Sure,” Donoshaytis stated.

Donoshaytis is then seen bolting towards Campbell’s cellphone, which shakes and cuts off filming.

Campbell claims she hit his arm twice, which left a bruise.