28-year-old woman attacked elderly parents for not taking her to the Steakhouse
A Florida woman allegedly attacked her parents because they denied her from going to Outback Steakhouse. She was charged by the court.
Deana Seltzer is 28 and resides in Lake Worth Florida with her two elderly parents. Last Wednesday, she asked them to take her to an Outback restaurant.
Her mother, Lydumila Seltzer said no, driving Deana into a frenzy. A court affidavit outlined her actions which involved turning over tables and damaging furniture.
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According to a court affidavit, cops entered the home to find a "large glass dining room table flipped over and broken glass scattered throughout the dining area."
After flipping recliner chairs, Deana turned to her mother. She struck Lydumila with her fists on her upper body.
•Woman Assaults Parents For Not Taking Her To Outback: Police.— Shomari Stone (@shomaristone) January 5, 2019
•The victim’s mother told police that Deana Seltzer asked to go to @Outback.
•When the mother said no, Seltzer became enraged & began punching her chest & arms: Police. #OutbackSteakhouse https://t.co/aD1BYPX1u7 pic.twitter.com/Ka5LHOXI3v
The young woman's father then approached and tried to separate Deana from her mother. Vadim Seltzer was met with scratches to his face and upper body.
Deana then grabbed a 12-inch knife and threatened her elderly father saying, "I'm going to [explicit] kill you."
Deana Seltzer, 28, of Lake Worth, was arrested Jan. 2 on charges of simple battery, battery of a person 65 or older and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. https://t.co/jrN8kaSIam— Atlanta Journal-Constitution (@ajc) January 9, 2019
Vadim was somehow able to wrestle the knife away from his daughter and call the police. When police arrived they surrounded the house and Deana was arrested without further incident.There were, however, strong reactions to the incident online. Many blamed the woman's parents for her behavior while others pointed to her age and how she simply could have gone to the restaurant herself.
The court charged her with one count of simple domestic battery, one count of battery of a 65 or older person, and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
On Thursday, the Palm Beach County jail released her on supervised recognizance. She was also ordered to do a mental health evaluation. The judged further issued orders that she refrain from drugs, alcohol, and weapons.
Another bizarre incident took place on November 28. It involved an elderly woman being harmed due to an iPhone accessory.
Charles Seviers, 49, was the perpetrator. La Grange Police arrested him after he "tapped" his mother on her head to get her to focus on him.
The incident took place in a Walmart store where others were able to witness it and call the police.
Meanwhile, another incident from November saw the vicious humiliation of an elderly man in a nursing home.
Video emerges of partially-clothed care home resident being mocked— Gary Stewart (@editor209) November 11, 2018
Two staff members of the Merseyside home were arrested. They filmed an elderly man without clothes as he walked around his room.
The women could be heard laughing at and mocking the man. The hospital released a statement apologizing for the matter. Authorities relieved the women of their duties.
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