In November, four people were arrested after a violent brawl involving a man in an 8-ball jacket aboard an F train. While all the charges were dropped against Jorge Pena, the 25-year-old 8-ball jacket wearer, one of the women accused of attacking him has now pled guilty.

The News reports that Danay Howard, 21, pled guilty to two counts of assault, including a felony, for the incident. Her charges could be reduced if she completes a year of therapy and does three days of community service for the assault.

Pena, a part-time bouncer, said that he was on his way home after a 12-hour shift when Howard, who was allegedly drunk at the time, started making fun of his jacket and his slight speech impediment.

“It is alleged that you struck the complaining witness in the head with a stiletto boot, causing that person to sustain a laceration, bleeding and substantial pain. … Are those charges true?” asked Justice Larry Stephen in Manhattan Supreme Court.
“Yes,” she answered.

Howard’s pal Shanique Campbell, 20, whacked him over the head with her purse. Then Howard pulled off her stiletto boot and hit him in the head. The misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct case against Campbell is still pending.

The 6-foot-6 Pena turned around and smacked Howard across the face so hard he knocked her off her feet.
Another person on the train then jumped in and started punching Pena.
Pena was initially arrested and charged but the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office concluded he acted in self-defense and dismissed the case.

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