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Woman Whacks Reporter With Purse After Court Hearing

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HANOVER TWP., Pa. -

A confrontation outside a Pennsylvania court this week got violent.

Julie Ottaviani was leaving a Hanover Township court Tuesday after pleading guilty to charges of corruption of minors and criminal use of a computer. This was after she posted nude photos of her husband's girlfriend on a fake Facebook page.

You can see her family trying to block her from the media. And when one WNEP-TV reporter approached her to seek comment, he got whacked by her purse.

Hanover Township police are now investigating the scuffle.

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