Yasmin Seweid Blasted For Faking Subway Attack By Trump Supporters
A New York college student is getting blasted after authorities say she lied about being attacked by Trump supporters.
Yasmin Seweid, 18, of Baruch College alleged that three white people attacked her and tried to rip off her hijab.
Shortly thereafter she mysteriously went missing and later confessed that the entire story was a farce. Instead, she’d broken her parent’s curfew and was trying to hide her American boyfriend from them.
A Muslim student who said she was harassed on the subway by drunken, hate-spewing white men shouting “Donald Trump!” lied to police because she broke her curfew, law enforcement sources said Wednesday.
Yasmin Seweid, 18, joined a growing list of local and national alleged hate-crime victims when she told cops she was taunted Dec. 1 on the No. 6 train by three men who called her a terrorist and tried to snatch her hijab off her head while straphangers did nothing.
But Seweid finally broke down Wednesday and was arrested after she admitted to detectives that it was all a big lie.
Police sources say Seweid made up the story because she didn’t want to get in trouble for breaking her curfew after being out late drinking with friends.
Her strict, Muslim parents allegedly forced Seweid to shave her head over the incident and were upset that she was dating a Christian, sources said.
The bareheaded Baruch College student, not wearing her hijab, was charged with filing a false report and released after her arraignment early Thursday in Manhattan Criminal Court.
She faces up to a year in jail for each charge.
Now is NOT the time for these jokes little girl.