Mrs & Mrs Amy Witherite Dallas Thelma & Louise "When You Have A Crisis, It's Almost Like Your Brain Turns To Mush!"/
Personal injury lawyer and her wife 'go on a violent rampage and smash a glass against someone's face after a restaurant valet parked their $100K Mercedes out of view'
- Amy and Barbara Witherite were both arrested on Saturday in Dallas, Texas
- The women in their 50s are accused of punching and kicking several people
- Amy was 'irate' after her Mercedes wasn't parked in front of the restaurant
- She is accused of punching people and smashing a glass against someone's face
- The personal injury lawyer and her wife are facing several assault charges
A lawyer and her wife have been accused of launching into a violent spree after a valet parked her Mercedes out of view.
After having a few drinks, Amy and Barbara Witherite were leaving a restaurant when they started throwing punches at several people, according to Dallas police.
The incident was reportedly sparked when Amy's luxury Mercedes was no longer parked in front of the restaurant, throwing her into an outrage on Saturday night.
Both women, in their 50s, are facing assault charges for allegedly punching, kicking and smashing a glass against a person's face over the parking incident.
Amy (left) and Barbara Witherite were both arrested on Saturday in Dallas. They are accused of punching and kicking several people after a valet parked their Mercedes out of view
Both women, in their 50s, are facing assault charges for the incident. Amy (left) is accused of smashing a glass against a person's face over the parking job
Amy Witherite, who is a personal injury lawyer, placed the blame on herself on Tuesday, according to the Dallas Morning News.
The 50-year-old said: 'I got upset at something I should have never gotten upset at. And it's on me. It started over something trivial, and I shouldn't have allowed it to happen.
'I really am deeply embarrassed of my behavior. I'm going to try to handle this as responsibly as I can.'
The incident kicked off around 9pm on Saturday night when Amy allegedly told the valet: 'Where the f**k is my car?'
Amy was 'irate' that her 2017 Mercedes S550, which starts at a base price of $96,600, was no longer parked outside of the eatery, according to the arrest report.
Amy is a personal injury lawyer. The incident happened on 400 block of Bishop Avenue (right)
Amy was 'irate' that her 2017 Mercedes S550 (file photo) which starts at a base price of $96,600, was no longer parked outside of the eatery, according to the arrest report
From there, the crowd intervened again but when a man tried to subdue Barbara by putting her in a headlock, Amy began punching him, according to the police report.
The women then tried to leave the scene in their car but the keys were still with the valet.
Amy faces three counts of misdemeanor assault while Barbara faces four counts of misdemeanor assault and one count of intervening with an emergency call.
They were both bonded out of jail on Sunday.