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Brittany Kilcher, who has made a slew of allegations against multiple police agencies, said she was unjustly taken into custody on a mental health call in June last year after a confrontation between her and instructors of Albany’s Citizens Police Academy.
In the video, an officer behind glass – who city police declined to identify – makes the lewd motion to another officer who was wearing a body camera as Kilcher sits handcuffed on a nearby bench. Clearly trying to antagonize me.” At the time, Kilcher said she thought officers were making fun of her for being “crazy,” but reviewing the body camera footage later, she was even more stunned. It’s almost scarier that he did that in a discreet manner,” she said, noting that when the officer goes behind the desk the same cop who mimed oral sex asks his colleague if he got Kilcher’s phone number.
The 25-year-old recently received a copy of the video following subpoenas ordering Albany police to release records as part of an October criminal matter. Albany police spokesperson Steve Smith said department officials are looking into the video, which they were alerted to following a Times Union inquiry into the matter.
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Two weeks after news broke that Kilcher planned to sue the state, she was arrested by city police.Kilcher previously filed a lawsuit against State Police saying she suffered assault, battery and false imprisonment in a July encounter with a trooper.She alleges her First Amendment rights were violated when the trooper allegedly used excessive force, including asking assisting officers to put her in handcuffs, to stop her from recording a traffic stop after a concert at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.Kilcher in December submitted a notice of claim, the precursor to a lawsuit, against Albany alleging she was a victim of false imprisonment, false arrest, false mental health arrest, malicious prosecution, and fraudulent charges, among other accusations.In the notice, acquired by the Times Union through a Freedom of Information Law request, Kilcher alleges she was sexually harassed by an Albany officer as well as slandered and perjured by city police.