A Florida woman was arrested Friday after she allegedly offered bar patrons oral sex for money then refused to leave the establishment when asked, according to an arrest report.
After Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies arrived, the woman allegedly resisted arrest then offered a deputy oral sex if he let her go free. The interaction between the woman and deputy was caught in a patrol car’s on-board video system.
Beatrize Carrion-Moore is facing charges of battery on an officer, resisting arrest with violence, resisting arrest without violence and trespassing. She was released from the Palm Beach County Jail Sunday after posting a $6,000 bond.
Carrion-Moore, 23, was at Boonies Bar at 14555 Southern Boulevard in unincorporated West Palm Beach when she allegedly became “extremely intoxicated” and offered oral sex to customers, the report said. Carrion-Moore was asked to leave by the bar manager but refused, the report said.
Carrion-Moore first refused to give deputies her name then became combative after they attempted to arrest her, the report said. At one point, Carrion-Moore fell over a newspaper stand, causing the deputy to fall as well. While a deputy was attempting to put Carrion-Moore in the back of his patrol car, the woman allegedly kicked him in the thigh and groin area several times.