The very rich, seemingly very spoiled and apparently very racist daughter of ex-Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke was arrested yesterday following an altercation on New Year’s Eve.
And we're talking about one doozy of an altercation.
According to TMZ, People Magazine and other outlets, the ugly incident took place at Caravaggio, a restaurant on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
It also took place on New Year's Eve.
Cooke was allegedly waiting in line to get her coat when she grew irritating, yelling at a 77-year old in front of her:
"Hurry up, Jew. I got places to be."
In response, the woman's son, Matthew Haberkorn, followed the 29-year old Cooke outside and confronted her about this inappropriate comment.
And Cooke stood quietly, listened to the man and apologized.
She reportedly attacked Haberkorn with her glass purse, opening up two huge wounds on his face.
There's actually video of the beating, in which you can hear Matthew say "She just f*cking hit me!"
Cooke fires back: "You called me a f-cking bitch. You called me a cunt."
And then Matthew again: "You called me a f-cking Jew.”
Haberkorn also shared two photos of his lacerations on social media shortly after everything went down.
Cooke and her boyfriend eventually left the scene, but authorities later arrested her for felony assault.
In addition to the physical harm caused to Haberkorn’s head, his attorney says the normally “mellow Californian” is “very distressed.”
Translation: he will be filing a major lawsuit against the heiress.
“The damage was what you saw in the photo, but it goes beyond that,” Andrew T. Miltenberg tells People Magazine.
The lawyer adds that Haberkorn intends to press charges and sue Cooke civilly for what they allege was a hate crime and civil rights violation.
Jack Kent Cooke passed away in April of 1997 after having owned the Redskins and, at other times, the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings.
He left behind about $1 billion in assets, according to the Washington Post.
However, he only provided his daughter with a $50,000 annual stipend, prompting her to file a lawsuit against her father's estate in 2007 because she wanted more money each year.
She sounds like a real peach.