Women's March Protester Found Guilty of Sex Abuse Against Infowars ReporterMarch participant who grabbed Owen Shroyer’s crotch sentenced to jail time
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A Women’s March participant who was filmed grabbing Infowars reporter Owen Shroyer by the crotch was found guilty of misdemeanor sex abuse.
The D.C. Superior Court ruling, which came down Tuesday, orders Catholic University of America student Isabel O’Shaughnessy to serve five days in jail and six months of unsupervised probation.
The case stemmed from a January 29 Women’s March event, where O’Shaughnessy, 21, walked up to Shroyer as he was filming a report and “grabbed and squeezed” his genitals, as noted in a criminal complaint.
The assault made headlines after Shroyer agreed to press charges against O’Shaughnessy, who was subsequently arrested and charged with misdemeanor sexual abuse.
“In an interview with police, she said she ‘inadvertently brushed up against him’ and that he took her comments out of context in what was an ‘emotionally charged situation,’” The Washington Post reported at the time.
O’Shaughnessy also told police she was being “sarcastic” when she made a verbal admission of her sexual assault on film.