The profanity-laced tirade that the Rev. Al Sharpton’s ex-wife and daughter allegedly unleashed on police during a traffic stop was unveiled yesterday when the two appeared in a Manhattan court to respond to a desk appearance ticket.
Kathy Jordan, 53, and Dominique Sharpton, 23, were pulled over after they allegedly tailgated and blew past an unmarked police car in Harlem.
“This is f—ing bull—,” prosecutors said Dominique shouted.
Her mother is alleged to have demanded: “Why the f— are you locking her up? Get your f— hands off her.”
The two are charged with resisting arrest for allegedly wrestling with the officers who handcuffed them and put them into a squad car. Dominique also faces disorderly conduct charges. A court date was set for Jan. 19. They could face up to a year in jail.
Their lawyer said there was no crime in expressing a “verbal objection.”
Rev. Al Sharpton has said the treatment of the two was unfair.