Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot has apologised to the year-old social worker for the ordeal. News reporter luciabinding. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player. Bodycam footage has revealed the moment a woman was handcuffed naked as police mistakenly raided her Chicago home. Officers broke down social worker Anjanette Young's door and stormed through her flat shouting "hands up, hands up" before she had a chance to dress. The year-old, who had been getting ready for bed, can be heard screaming and telling police: "You've got the wrong house!
Woman whose Chicago home was wrongly raided by police: 'I feared for my life'
Video Shows Chicago Cops Storm Into Home, Handcuff Naked Woman – NBC Chicago
CBS 2 also filed a request for the video. But the Chicago Police Department denied the requests. Young recently obtained the footage after a court forced CPD to turn it over as part of her lawsuit against police. They knew that the way they treated me was not right. If you believe police have wrongly entered your home, tell us about it here. The video reveals on Feb.
‘So Terrifying': Woman Describes Moment Cops Burst Into Home, Handcuffed Her Naked
Produced by Nick Blumberg. Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday apologized to Anjanette Young, the Chicago woman who was handcuffed while naked by police officers who mistakenly raided her home in February During the raid, Young, a social worker, tells seven male police officers 43 times that they are in the wrong home and begged them to let her get dressed. Lightfoot said she knew nothing about the raid, Freedom of Information Act requests or the lawsuit it prompted until Tuesday morning. However, Lightfoot stopped short of identifying by name the city lawyers responsible for asking a judge to stop CBS2 from publishing the video.
Anjanette Young said she is still dealing with the aftermath two years after Chicago police officers stormed into her home while serving a search warrant and handcuffed her naked for several minutes, despite her repeated cries that they were in the wrong home. Young spoke publicly Wednesday amid what her attorney and city activists said was an attempt to cover up the video of the raid, which her attorney described as "a very eerily similar situation" to the one that killed Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. Breonna Taylor tragically lost her life. Miss Young was violated and by the grace of God, she's here to tell her story," said attorney Keenan Saulter.