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The teen whose vandalism arrest went viral over the summer when footage emerged of her being tossed in an unmarked police van was busted once again at a protest outside Trump Tower, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Nikki Stone, 19, of Brooklyn, a transgender woman who prefers the name “Stickers,” was charged with disorderly conduct during an Abolition Park/Justice for George demonstration Wednesday night, cops said. She was among the protesters nabbed for walking in the roadway, authorities said.
Stone was also charged in connection to four graffiti incidents in the confines of Manhattan’s 5th and 7th Precincts, on August 5, October 26, Dec. 11 and Dec. 28, police confirmed.
She was released on a desk appearance ticket, cops said.
Stone’s July arrest was captured on video as cops swooped her into an unmarked van for allegedly damaging police cameras around City Hall Park about a month earlier.
A crowd of people attacked plainclothes cops with rocks and bottles as they moved to arrest her, authorities said at the time.
During Wednesday night’s Trump Tower protest, another person was also arrested and given a desk appearance ticket, cops said.
Seven people were also issued summonses, police said.
The NYC arrests come after supporters of President Trump stormed the US Capitol as Congress was certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s election victory.
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