Twitter certainly had a lot to say about Ponsetto's racist and unapologetic attitude, calling out not only her attitude but her outfit.
She gave an exclusive interview to Gayle King on "CBS This Morning" to talk about the incident.
"I admit I could have approached the situation differently or maybe not yelled at him like that and made him feel, you know, maybe in some sort of inferior way".
When Gayle asks about that tackle - the one that may result in assault charges (currently she's just facing fugitive charges for fleeing the scene before police could arrive) - Miya immediately sheds any sense of accountability, turning the tables and saying she was the one being attacked!
Ponsetto was picked up Thursday during a traffic stop near her home.
Ventura's Buschow, meanwhile, says that Ponsetto did not go gently when deputies first attempted to apprehend her.
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In the interview with King on CBS, Ponsetto sat next to her attorney, Sharon Ghatan, and answered questions from King about the incident. The video then shows her on the floor, but it's unclear how she landed there. Deputies say they had to forcibly remove her from that auto.
Ghatan added that she had serious concerns about both her clients emotional and mental wellbeing.
Ponsetto's lawyer, Sharen Ghatan, said in an interview before the arrest that her client is "emotionally unwell" and remorseful for her December 26 conflict with 14-year-old Keyon Harrold Jr.at Manhattan's Arlo Hotel.
The New York Police Department flew detectives out to speak with Ponsetto and to coordinate the arrest earlier Thursday. All of this was filmed by the boy's father, jazz musician Keyon Harrold, who (reasonably) accused Ponsetto of racial profiling. "She's not well, that is all I can say", the attorney told the outlet, noting that she was unsure whether she'd continue to represent Ponsetto. She keeps excusing herself, saying "I'm a 22 year-old girl" as if that means she can't see how this is racist?
She said Ponsetto "lashed out" over worry about her phone disappearing, and that it wasn't racially motivated. Here's everything you need to know about Miya Ponsetto. Harrold has said the phone was returned by an Uber driver shortly afterward.
"She was very much MIA for a while, and when she finally came to the big interview, it was clear to me she shouldn't be there", Ghatan said of Ponsetto. "Enough", she said, dismissing the veteran anchor with a wave of her hand.