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08 November 2017, 12:21 | Brenda Erickson
WATCH: Cop Punches 'Drunk' Woman at University of Miami Football Game
A woman suffocated her 4-year-old daughter and left the child's body in a auto trunk for days until the smell became so foul that she put the remains in the dumpster at her apartment complex, Miami-Dade police said.
Police said Bridget Freitas slapped an officer while being carried out during Miami's win Saturday over Virginia Tech at Hard Rock Stadium. The 30-year-old nurse appears to attempt to slap one of the officers, misses, then lands a second slap. The name of the officer and the woman's name have not been released.
Saturday night's incident at the nationally televised game was posted on the Instagram account The 5th Year/Barstool Sports.
According to an arrest report, Farrington was at home with her two children on Halloween when she became upset because Tania talked back to her. She was subsequently arrested for Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer and Disorderly Conduct/Breach of the peace.
Prior to the altercation, she was "arguing with stadium patrons and using profanity in a loud boisterous manner", according to a police affidavit.
University of Miami officials said they were aware of the video and were also gathering information.
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