The federal lawsuit filed by Jazmine Headley addressed the abuse of power she experienced at the hands of New York City police officers.
The New York City Council moved to introduce several bills to improve the treatment of those receiving public assistance, after Jazmine Headley's horrific encounter at a local public benefits office.
Video of Jazmine Headley's one-year-old son being violently snatched from her by New York police officers went viral earlier this month.
Jazmine Headley is currently reunited with her son and her mother after the New Jersey warrant against her was dismissed.
We Got You Sis! GoFundMe For Jazmine Headley, Brooklyn Mom Whose Baby Was Ripped From Her Arms, Exceeds Goal
Jazmine Headley has the nation standing behind her, with a GoFundMe campaign raising more than $30,000 in less than a day
However, Jazmine Headley's legal battles are not quite over yet as she is still being held on a warrant out of New Jersey.
According to eyewitness accounts, Jazmine Headley couldn’t find a seat at the Human Resources administration building on Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, so she sat on the floor with […]
Jazmine Headley could be seen in video pleading with officers even as they tried to drag her one-year-old son away from her.