Michelle Fields has filed a police report against Corey Lewandowski, the campaign manager for Donald Trump.
Independent Journal Review has learned from a source familiar with the events that Fields has filed a report with the police department in Jupiter, Florida, which is the jurisdiction where the alleged incident occurred.
Detective Adam Brown of the Jupiter PD confirmed she had filed, and said they would be releasing a statement shortly.
Fields says that Lewandowski grabbed her arm when she attempted to ask Trump a question at the end of his presser following Tuesday's election results.
After the CNN debate Thursday, Trump denied that Fields was assaulted:
Lewandowski called Fields "totally delusional" early Friday morning, claiming he never touched her and "never even met" her:
Update (12:03 pm): The Jupiter Police Department released a statement Friday confirming Independent Journal Review's story:
Jupiter, Florida – The Jupiter Police Department is currently investigating an alleged battery that occurred at 115 Eagle Tree Terrace (Trump National) on March 8, 2016. A police report was filed with the Jupiter Police Department on March 11, 2016 at approximately 10:00AM and the investigation is ongoing. As with any investigation, specific details concerning criminal investigative information is not releasable while the investigation is considered active. Any additional details regarding this incident will be released once the investigation has concluded. The initial report, outlining the date, time, location, and nature of the incident will be released today. No additional information regarding this investigation is available at this time.
Editor's Note: This story was updated after publishing for clarity.