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Boca Raton Man Jumps From Car To Flee Woman Punching Him

Boca Raton Florida Lynn News Palm Beach County

CLAIM: Alessandra Diem, In Red 2023 Audi Q3, Followed Man Who Wouldn’t Give Her A Key To His Apartment.

Second Arrest Since August When She Was Expelled From Lynn University But Refused To Leave.

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Alessandra Diem, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton woman — allegedly trying to patch things up with an acquaintance — is now accused of punching him multiple times as he sat in the passenger seat of her red Audi Q3. Fearing for his safety, the man jumped from the moving car, landing on a street near Mizner Park. Now, the woman is facing a battery charge.

It is Alessandra Diem’s second arrest since August. The 45-year-old woman was booked into jail in late summer when she refused to leave the Lynn University campus following her expulsion. Following our report on that high-profile incident, Diem has called BocaNewsNow.com repeatedly to tell us that police were wrong and it was all a “misunderstanding.” She called BocaNewsNow.com to complain again on Saturday, just two days before her latest arrest.

Boca Raton PD filed the following narrative of the event. While news media is not obligated to follow the highly controversial “Marsy’s Law,” we have added to the police department’s redactions in an effort to protect the victim in this case:

“Upon my arrival,” wrote a responding officer, “I met with the victim who explained that a woman, later identified as Alessandra Diem, visited his new apartment and was refusing to leave. While Alessandra was visiting, a verbal argument ensued over Alessandra demanding a key to the apartment. The victim then left the apartment on foot and began to walk north-bound on N. Federal Hwy. The victim was in front of 508 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton (Broken Egg Café) when Alessandra arrived in her 2023 Red Audi Q3. She asked the victim to get into the car and talk. The victim obliged under the (condition) that Alessandra remain calm and not argue. While in the vehicle driving back to the apartment, Alessandra leaned over and attempted to retrieve the keys from the victim’s front pocket. The victim refused.”

“Alessandra grabbed the victim’s left forearm and punched it several times. At the intersection of SE Mizner and S. Federal Hwy., the victim jumped out of the passenger seat and onto the road. Alessandra scratched his left forearm where she was gripping him. It should be noted that blood and scratch marks were present on the victim’s left forearm. The victim then got back into car and rode back to his apartment with Alessandra. Upon arriving back at the apartment, the victim contacted a family member who called the Boca Raton Police Department.”

Alessandra Diem allegedly refused to speak with police and demanded a lawyer. Police arrested her and charged her with battery. She was booked into jail on Monday evening and released on her own recognizance mid-day Tuesday.

Read our previous coverage of her Lynn University arrest here. That case continues to be prosecuted in Palm Beach County. She’ll be in court on the latest charge on December 19th.

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