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Christine Meisner (pictured), 29 She has filed a complaint with Sgt. Nakia Middleton-House, 44, for pulling her ponytail about two months after the incident occurred, source says.NYPD109Pct/Twitter

  • Police Officer Christine Meisner filed an official complaint against Sergeant. Nakia Middleton-House in January. NY Post reports.

  • “You place your hair into a ponytail, or perps might be doing this,” Middleton-House said before the hair-pull rumor as reported by the media.

  • SBA president claims that MiddletonHouse is “doing her job” in the NY Post.

A NYPD police officer is suing an officer of pulling her ponytail from the Queens station, according to a complaint states.

Police Officer Christine Meisner, 29, told Sgt. 44, who is 44 years old. Nakia Middleton-House tugged on her ponytail, which caused “substantial” discomfort within her neck as per an incident report that was obtained from The New York Post.

“You tie your hair up, or perps might be doing that,” Middleton-House said to Meisner in the complaint and then pulled her hair in a bun, the Post said. The complaint said Meisner was unable to walk back.

According to her claim, Meisner states that the Middleton-House police officer, who is a veteran of 17 years of the police force, was aware prior to pulling her ponytail that Meisner suffered from an existing neck injury, as per the report by NY Post. The incident was not investigated. the incident.

Vincent Vallelong, the president of the city’s Sergeants Benevolent Association, said the incident was reported in November, but it wasn’t announced until January.

Vallelong informed that the NY Post that the “false report” was filed following Meisner was punished for not making the proper request for time off. Middleton-House was sacked in 2018 for making use of a department database to search for non-work related information.

Vallelong said that in a video of the incident “the officer didn’t stumble and the sergeant did pull the woman back,” he told NY Post.

“If we want to convey a message that is not correct and the sergeant be disciplined for performing her duties, let me know what message I should relay to all my employees across departments!”

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