SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — A woman was accused of assaulting a car dealership employee over a car she bought that had problems.

The woman, 21, of Ashtabula, who has not been charged with a crime, met with the manager of an auto dealership on West Prospect Road Oct. 29, according to a police report. She was upset about issues with a vehicle she purchased from them, the report states.

The manager told a deputy that the woman was yelling at him and threatened to punch him to which he told her to go ahead, the report states. The woman then reportedly threatened to push the manager out of his chair to which he told her to go ahead.

The woman then pushed the manager out of his chair, grabbed an office phone and threw it against the wall breaking it and knocked over a trash can on her way out, the report states.

The woman told deputies she was upset about the vehicle she had purchased and that she thought she got ripped off, the report states. The woman said that when she went in to complain the manager told her “don’t come in here with your black momma attitude,” the report states.

The woman reported that the manager got lippy with her while they were speaking about the vehicle, and she got angry and pushed the back of his computer chair causing him to fall out of it.

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