Vaishali Vasan Jailed After Hitting Man With Rolling Pin, Calling Him "Old Blind Bastard"

Vaishali Vasan

Vaishali Vasan, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton Vaishali Vasan remains in the Palm Beach County Jail following her arrest for battery on a victim over 65.

The police report is short and sweet, apparently unlike Ms. Vasan who is being held without bond as of mid-day Friday.

Wrote PBSO Det/Sgt.T. McNab:

“I was dispatched to West Boca Medical Center in regards to domestic battery complaint. Upon arrival I met with the victim who informed me of the following: (The victim) stated that on 6/24/27, he was in the kitchen when Vaishali Vasan began to yell at him, calling him an old blind bastard. Vaishali Vasan began to get really angry shoving him three times and hitting him with a rolling pin in his left hand causing bruising and swelling in the left hand. (The victim) stated that this hs been an ongoing issue with Vaishali with other non-reported issues.”

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