Pregnant woman claims being tasered by Chicago police
CHICAGO, Ill. -- Chicago police are under fire after a pregnant woman claims they used a stun gun on her.
Tiffany Rent said it happened in a drug store parking lot. Tuesday night police arrested the 30-year-old and her boyfriend,
They were arguing with officers about a parking ticket. There are unconfirmed reports that she ripped up the ticket, threw it at police, and got into the car.
The woman who's eight months pregnant said she's innocent and should not have been shocked!
"I didn't do anything wrong, I got scared and I closed the door,” said Rent. “I didn't hit him, I didn't harm him. He tasered me through the window."
The woman's family said her baby may have to be delivered early because of the incident. Chicago police confirmed a stun gun was involved, but wouldn't say anything more.