Meryl Streep should have spent less time lecturing Americans about how to live and vote and more time nurturing her racist and abusive nephew.
Perhaps if she had done so, her nephew Charles Harrison Streep would not have (allegedly) attacked a young Hispanic teen – who was 18 at the time of the attack – in an East Hampton road rage incident.
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According to Page Six, the victim, David Peralta-Mera, filed a lawsuit in September against Mr. Streep, alleging that on Aug. 24, Streep slammed his head to the ground while hurling racial slurs at him in an East Hampton bank parking lot.
Streep was originally charged with strangulation and robbery, but the felony charges were later reduced to misdemeanors, and he was released on $5,000 bail.
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Streep, on the other hand, is being sued in civil court over what he allegedly did to the young man, who required emergency brain surgery to alleviate swelling and now suffers from cognitive issues as a result of the assault.
Streep’s motion to stay the civil case pending his criminal case was granted by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe on Tuesday.
Experts expect that Streep will be found guilty in the criminal case and, as a result, in the civil case.
Peralta-lawyer, Mera’s Edmond Chakmakian, told The Washington Post that the stay hasn’t shocked or disappointed him, and that he’ll be keeping a close eye on the situation.
“At the end of the day, Streep will almost certainly be found guilty, and the only thing that a jury will have to determine in the court case is the amount of damages that this young man has sustained and will continue to suffer.”
It’s incredible that causing someone’s brain damage for the rest of their life is considered a “misdemeanor.” If you or I were charged with that felony, I’m certain they’d throw the book at us.
In the legal case, I hope he’s taken to the cleaners.