Brooklyn City Council candidate swears at cops while protesting husband's DOE suspension
Added 04-17-19 06:13:03am EST - “City Council candidate Monique Chandler-Waterman went on a tirade against cops after her husband was removed as a Tilden High School football coach in October.” - Nydailynews.com
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A Brooklyn City Council candidate swore and screamed at NYPD officers while protesting her husbands’ suspension from the Department of Education last fall, the Daily News has learned.
Monique Chandler-Waterman, a longtime ally of new Public Advocate Jumaane Williams who’s running for his old Council seat, went on the tirade after her husband was removed as a Tilden High School football coach in October over his handling of a sexual assault allegation, according to sources and video of the outburst.
“I'm on the front lines all the time, personally de-escalating situations, when y'all f--- up and shoot somebody in the community,” she screamed at police on Oct. 30 outside Tilden, where her teenage son is also a student.
Her husband Eric Waterman was removed from his job as football coach at the famed Tilden Campus on Flatbush Ave. in October and suspended without pay for failing to report an allegation of sexual assault by members of the football team within the mandated 24 hour span, sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Waterman, who earned a salary of $44,908 and worked as a coach in city schools since 2006, has an otherwise clean disciplinary history, Education Department officials said.
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