En plena sesión fotográfica, la exesposa del exdueño de los Astros de Houston la emprende a gritos y golpes contra la familia por “pisotear la hierba por la que pagamos”.

El esposo de Alyssa, Isaiah, grabó con su celular parte del altercado en el que se ve a Neely, con su perro en brazos, cuestionando a la familia porque estaba “pisoteando la hierba por la que pagamos”.

Cuidad de México, 28 de febrero, (LaOpinión/SinEmbargo).- Kelyn Alyssa acudió el pasado 16 de febrero al parque de Broadacres en North Boulevard, de Houston, Texas, para realizarle una sesión de fotos a su hija con motivo de su primer año.

Pero, lo que se suponía que fuera una experiencia placentera, se convirtió en un mal rato para la mujer y su familia, luego de que una vecina intentara impedir la captura de las fotografías.

El recinto es popular por servir como escenario para fotos, lo que ha provocado diferencias entre residentes y visitantes.

Esta vez, Franci Neely, una millonaria blanca y exesposa del exdueño del equipo de baloncesto los Astros, Jim Crane, acosó a la otra parte por, supuestamente, obstruir una de las veredas del espacio recreativo para tomar las fotos.

El esposo de Alyssa, Isaiah, grabó con su celular parte del altercado en el que se ve a Neely, con su perro en brazos, cuestionando a la familia porque estaba “pisoteando la hierba por la que pagamos”.

El enfrentamiento escala al punto que la socialité le trata de arrebatar el celular al padre por estar grabándola.

En una parte del clip a la residente se le ve removiendo una sábana de la niña que formaba parte de la escenografía.

En otro momento del video, a la pequeña se le escucha llorando.

On Saturday 02.16.19 my husband and I went to North Blvd in Houston to have some photos taken of our daughter to celebrate her first birthday. Its a well known public trail where many people have photos taken. When we arrived there were several other photographers in the vicinity, working with their clients. Our photographer arrived and we began setting up. We set up on the path for the baby to sit with small props (to match the scale of the baby) and began taking our shots. During the shoot there were lots of people jogging and walking their dogs who gave us wide berth (lots of room to do so) and even wished the baby happy birthday with a sweet smile as they passed by.About 35 minutes into our 1hr shoot we heard a voice shouting in our direction – and when we turned to look it was this woman rolling up in her car, shouting through her window: “You are trampling the grass that WE pay for”.Out of this light blue jaguar convertible emerges this barefoot caucasian woman wearing a housedress, holding nothing but a cell phone and carrying her dog. She marches towards us and upon arriving, takes a look at my 11 mth old daughter and releases her unleashed dog, who at the time could not walk and was sitting peacefully on the pathway. In the midst of her shouting, I immediately and calmly asked her to restrain her dog as it made a beeline for the baby and it was coming dangerously close to my child. I actually crouched next to the baby and put my hand out to try to shoo this strange dog away. The lady begins shouting at us that we are on private property, and that she will not restrain her dog because she can do whatever she wants there.I told her if her dog damages my child I will be pressing charges and she takes out her phone, starting to record me, asking me if I was threatening her. I repeated what I said. At this point her dog wandered away.Our photographer calmly approached her to let her know that she was the one directing the shoot. The lady tells her that she brought “these” people into “her” neighborhood. The lady had no answer when asked why she did not approach the other photographers WHOM SHE PASSED ON HER WAY TO APPROACH US. Her lack of response prompted my husband to take out his phone to record what was going on.At this point the lady stomps towards my baby and starts aggressively trying to remove the props placed around her, startling me. The baby, petrified by her aggression, started to scream and started crawling away from her into my arms.This did not deter her and she continued – my husband and the photographer quickly approached her to block her from doing this and at this point I started to shout at the lady about her aggression upsetting my child.She appeared stunned that I finally started to shout back at her…but I’m not sure what else she was expecting. The rest is what you see below. When my husband spoke to a police officer following this craziness he confirmed what we already knew – we were doing nothing wrong because we were on public property. The photographers in the vicinty all approached us afterwards completely appalled by this woman’s behaviour, and confused as to why they werent targeted by her at all.She passed people taking fashion shoots, people crouching on the walkway, “trampling” her beloved grass – and came directly at the photoshoot with the gold “1” balloon to cause a scene. With an 11 mth old sitting on the floor. And her parents making funny faces to make her laugh. Absolutely disgusting.A police report has been filed. We will be pressing charges and are currently seeking legal counsel on this matter.Please distribute widely. A baby was involved. THIS HAS GOT TO STOP.

Posted by Kelyn Alyssa on Monday, February 18, 2019

Posteriormente, en una grabación de 30 segundos, Neely se disculpó por su comportamiento, aunque argumentó que la familia no quería seguir las reglas y la amenazó.

“Yo me disculpo desde el fondo de mi corazón”, indica en la entrada de YouTube en la que reconoce que se dejó llevar por las emociones. “A mi familia, amigos, y ciudadanos de Houston, les pido que me perdonen y que me entiendan. Yo amo a Houston y pido que nos unamos para sanar juntos”, agrega.

Pero los usuarios de redes no perdonan, y ante la posibilidad de una demanda contra la millonaria, estimaron un futuro financieramente prometedor para la niña.

“La dama no sabe todavía, pero le acaba de dar a esa niñita el mejor regalo de cumpleaños . El dinero de la demanda va a pagarle la universidad. Mejor regalo de cumpleaños ninguno. Gracias por el “privilegio’ mujer blanca”, escribió una usuaria en Facebook.

“Yo espero que la demanden. Ella le arruinó a esta preciosa bebé sus fotos de su primer cumpleaños y golpeó al padre múltiples veces. A mí no me importa cuánto dinero tienes, eso no está bien. Ella vive en el vecindario, pero no es la dueña”, sostuvo otra.

La Ciudad también le dio la razón a la familia al indicar, mediante un comunicado, que las aceras son propiedad pública, a pesar de que la asociación de residentes mantiene una batalla por el control del espacio.

“Las explanadas de Broadacres son parte pública de la ciudad Houston con derecho de vía”, plantean las autoridades según citadas por Inside Edition. “La Asociación de Residentes de Broadacres no puede bloquear las explanadas al uso público. Todo el que tenga alguna inquietud sobre personas bloqueando un derecho de vía puedes comunicarse al 311”.

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