LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Two people who protested Donald Trump's rally in Louisville have filed police reports, alleging they were punched and shoved by Trump's supporters in the crowd.
One of the incidents was captured on video by WLKY-TV inside the Kentucky International Convention Center, where the bombastic presidential candidate stopped his speech several times to shout at the protesters to "get out of here, out, out, out."
In the video, a black woman can be seen being shoved by numerous white men in the crowd, screaming "scum" at her.
Louisville Metro Police Spokesman Dwight Mitchell said a 17-year-old also filed a complaint, alleging a woman tried to grab the protester's sign and threw a punch.
A demonstrator at Donald Trump's Tuesday rally in Louisville has filed a complaint alleging a white supremacist leader assaulted her at the event.
The complaint, filed Thursday morning by Molly Shah of Parents for Social Justice, is at least the second filed in as many days following altercations at the rally for the Republican presidential front-runner at the Kentucky International Convention Center.
"Everyone was afraid," Shah said. "I was expecting some pushback from Trump supporters, I was not anticipating neo-Nazis."
In a criminal complaint filed with Louisville Metro Police, Shah alleges that Matthew Heimbach, a leader with the white supremacist Traditional Youth Network, rushed her and other protesters at Trump's rally. She said her injuries include bruising and soreness to her right shoulder.