Famous actress with a baby son violently attacked in broad daylight on a Beverly Hills' street

Rodolfo Vieira
Apr 06, 2018
05:12 A.M.
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The world has grown more and more violent in the past century, and people have learned to fear the unexpected every time they leave the house. It is scary.


Jaime King, the famous actress, knows it very well and recently experienced it in the flesh when she was out and about with her child in Beverly Hills on April 4, 2018.

It was a Wednesday afternoon and her car was parked at 400-block of N. Bedford Drive. Suddenly, out of nowhere, a man jumped on the hood and started hitting the windshield, as reported by Inspiring Day.

The attacker was identified as Paul Francis Floyd, and the reason why he started bashing the glass is still unknown. King remembered that it was a very scary moment, especially for her children.


Her son, James Knight Newman, was carefully strapped in the front seat when the attack began and was hit in the face when some of the glass shards that were projected. His brother, Leo, was already out of the car.

King's friend, named Judit Balogh, was inside the car as well and rushed out to confront Floyd. He immediately responded to her self-defense training by throwing a bottle at her, which hit her arm.


According to the source, the Beverly Hills Police Department received several calls regarding the attack and was able to reach the scene in just a couple of minutes.

Floyd was arrested on the spot as King, Balogh and a few bystanders made sure that the 4-year-old was alright. Later, through her Instagram account, King took the time to thank all those who helped her family in their time of need.


As reported by Inspiring Day, she didn't just thank the Beverly Hills officers and the bystanders; she also took the opportunity to bash the paparazzi who, instead of trying to help, stood by taking photos of the attack.

Newman suffered just a few cuts on his face, and he is expected to recover soon. As for 47-year-old Floyd, he was charged with felony child endangerment, misdemeanor battery, and two counts of felony vandalism, being held on a $100 000 bail.