New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter was arrested over the weekend in a Manhattan riot.
The entitled 25-year-old thought she didn't have to listen to police officers when they ordered her to stop blocking traffic.
She refused to move, and they proceeded to arrest her.
Her arrest is quite ironic, considering it happened just an hour before her daddy Bill de Blasio told protesters to "go home."
Mayor de Blasio also threatened New Yorkers who were violating coronavirus lockdown and social distancing orders, but his own daughter was out participating in a violent protest.
More from the New York Post:
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s daughter was arrested at a Manhattan protest on Saturday night, law enforcement sources told The Post on Sunday.
Chiara de Blasio, 25, was taken into custody around 10:30 p.m. after cops declared an unlawful assembly at 12th Street and Broadway in Lower Manhattan, the sources said. She had allegedly been blocking traffic on Broadway and was arrested after refusing to move, the source said.
“That was a real hotspot, police cars were getting burned there, people were throwing and yelling, fighting with cops. There were thousands of people in that area at that time,” the source said.
Chiara gave a residence on East End Avenue as her address — otherwise known as Gracie Mansion, the mayor’s Upper East Side home. But she didn’t tell cops she was the mayor’s daughter.
The NYPD seems to be getting fed up with the violent mobs of protesters wrecking havoc in New York.
On Saturday two police cruisers found themselves surrounded by a group of angry rioters. The rioters began closing in on the officers' vehicles and throwing objects at them.
The cops asserted their power as the mob pounded on their windows and charged right through them, sending several protesters flying.