After accusing Harrold Jr., who is Black, of theft, Ponsetto went on to physically attack him in an attempt to retrieve her phone — which, according to The New York Times, was later found in an Uber. Ponsetto, who was taken into police custody in California on Thursday on a fugitive warrant, failed to use the interview to apologize to Harrold Jr. and his father, who recorded the incident in the lobby. She also would not admit that her overreaction was racially charged. Instead, during the interview, Ponsetto further solidified her position of privilege through her denial of any wrongdoing, dismissive and disrespectful attitude toward King whom she shushed, and choice of headgear: a black baseball cap with “Daddy” embroidered on the front.