Teenage Girl Tries to See Her Boyfriend in Ambulance, Cop Pounds Her Head Into Ground

MISSOURI — A 19-yr-old girl provided graphic photos of herself online after she was slammed to the ground by a cop, according to reports.

It began when she dialed 911 because she believed her boyfriend had taken too much anti-anxiety medication and was overdosing.

Just six months ago, the couple lost their child during pregnancy, and they’ve been coping with the loss ever since. The first thing on Kayla’s mind was to make sure her boyfriend was safe.

“I was worried about him,” she said. “I didn’t want anything to happen to him. My son just passed away and I didn’t want my boyfriend to die too.”

Paramedics arrived and began rolling her boyfriend into an ambulance.

Kayla was on her way into the ambulance to be with him, but she was startled when police officers wouldn’t let her inside.

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Kayla continued to beg an officer to let her inside the ambulance to be with her loved one, hoping he would display understanding.

What he did instead has physically traumatized her ever since, leaving her with persistent head pain.

Kayla wanted help from 911 and she wanted to be with her loved one. Instead her face was pounded into the ground by a police officer.

Kayla wanted help from 911 and she wanted to be with her loved one. Instead her face was pounded into the ground by a police officer.

“He just grabbed me by the back of my head and slammed me on the ground and dragged my head across the carpet and put me in handcuffs,” she said in an interview with KLPR-11 News.

Once the officer pinned her to the ground, he then handcuffed her and dropped “assault” and “resisting arrest” charges on her, she says.

She insists that the charges are false.  “I think I was as calm as I could be in that situation,” she added.

She has gone public about the abuse and she has filed a complaint to get the charges dropped.

According to a report from The Daily Caller, Police Chief Ron Weeks said that the incident is currently being investigated by internal affairs.

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