A North Carolina woman was arrested on a variety of charges in connection with a videotaped road rage incident.
Sherri Norman, the driver of another vehicle, said the driver of an SUV attempted to slam into her Saturday in a 35 mph zone.
She said the other driver, later identified as Kristin Leigh Phillips, tried twice to illegally pass her on a two-lane road going up a hill and nearly ran her off the road once.
“She got behind me a second time and then went to go around again,” Norman said. “I let her have the road, called 911, reported her and her plate number, (and then) I started phone video which was in a holder on dashboard — hands free.”
Video shows Phillips repeatedly braking in front of Norman until she finally stops in the road, gets out of her SUV, and charges toward the other vehicle screaming profanity.
“You godd*mn b*tch,” Phillips yells as she curses the other woman for driving too closely to her.
Norman fumbles with the camera but records Phillips as she angrily yells and tries to attack her through the open window, while Norman’s daughter screams and cries in terror from the back seat.
The mother manages to roll up the window, and Phillips pulls her arms out of the vehicle and begins pounding on the windows.
Phillips finally walks away, still cursing, and stops to display both middle fingers to Norman and her crying child.
The 40-year-old Phillips was charged Monday with reckless driving to endanger, assault and battery, injury to personal property, driving left of center, and two counts of communicating threats.
Watch video of the incident posted online by Sherri Hastings: