New details about BLM’s patron saint Jordan Neely are coming out, including the fact he was busted in 2015 for “dragging” a 7-year-old girl down a street in Manhattan in an attempted kidnapping — for which he received only 4 months in jail.
Neely was arrested 42 times across the last decade, with his most recent bust in November 2021 for slugging a 67-year-old female stranger in the face as she exited a subway station in the East Village, cops said.
The senior citizen suffered a broken nose and fractured orbital bonewhen she was knocked to the sidewalk, along with swelling and “substantial” head pain after hitting the ground.
Neely eventually pleaded to felony assault and received 15 months in an alternative-to-incarceration program that, if completed, would have allowed him to plead to misdemeanor assault and get a conditional discharge.
But a warrant was issued for his arrest on Feb. 23, when he skipped a court compliance court date where a judge was to be updated on whether he was meeting all the requirements of the program.
Read more: BLM’s ‘Patron Saint’ Jordan Neely Was Convicted of Attempting to Kidnap 7-Year-Old Girl in 2015, But Got Only 4 Months In Jail