Woman Choked Innocent Man Claiming He Groped Her

Woman Chokes a Bouncer Unconscious When She Mistakenly Thinks He Slapped Her Butt

Woman chokes bouncer after assuming he touched her

A woman in NY was charged Thursday for allegedly choking a nightclub bouncer to unconsciousness after she mistakenly thought he had groped her.

Club CCTV caught the moment Kierah LaGrave, 22, had her behind pinched by a female friend - but she wrongly assumed it was the security man and grabbed him in a choke hold.

Not realizing it was her friend who touched her, Lagrav spins around and makes a beeline for the bouncer who happened to be walking by the two women.

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She grabs the man from behind and puts her arms around his neck until they both fall to the ground. The bouncer reportedly didn't resist because he believed it was a friend just playing a joke on him.

Before the footage was released, Lagrave accused the bouncer of sexually assaulting her.

In the video, Lagrav is seen at the bar dancing with her friend when the woman hits Lagrav's butt.

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The alleged incident occurred about 10:20 p.m. October 20 at the Five1Eight nightclub in Plattsburgh, police said.

LaGrave coolly gets up after taking down the bouncer, who appears to regain consciousness seconds later before someone comes over to check him out, video shows.

After the bouncer reported the attack, Lagrave was last week arrested and charged with second-degree strangulation.

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