Monica Foy Arrested For 2011 Incident

Monica Foy Arrest: Black Lives Matter Supporter Who Celebrated Houston Cop’s Execution Picked Up On Assault Charge

Monica Foy has been arrested.

The news comes by way of Breitbart, which followed up on the self-proclaimed “Black Lives Matter” supporter, who said earlier in the week that slain Houston policeman Darren Goforth “deserved to die” and that he had “creepy perv eyes” on her Twitter account.

The statement unleashed a fury from opponents, leading to the eventual closure of both her Twitter and Facebook accounts.

The Sam Houston State University (SHSU) English literature major was apparently involved in an incident in 2011 in which a former male co-worker claimed that Monica Foy “struck him about the head and face with a closed fist several times, causing him pain and discomfort.”

A Freedom of Information request from Breitbart turned up the criminal documents that revealed the above charge. The documents continued.

“The complainant advised during the course of the assault, his eyeglasses were knocked off his face, and the inside of his mouth was cut as a result of being punched by the defendant [Foy].”

The school said that it is investigating Foy’s comments on Twitter to “see if there was a breach.” SHSU released the following statement.

“SHSU has a strong Student Code of Conduct. The student’s remarks will be evaluated to determine if the code was violated following standardized due process. The university has an ongoing commitment to taking actions that strengthen dialog and understanding between our students and the law enforcement community.”

A previous story from the Inquisitr details the fallout of Foy’s tweets with many critics attacking her weight.

While many zeroed in on the physical presence of Monica Foy, some attacked the disgusting nature of the tweet.

It’s important to note that at this time the Monica Foy arrest is not a determination of guilt, but Inquisitr will keep you posted as the story develops.

[Image of Monica Foy mugshot via Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office]

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