A teen girl at a Janesville, Wisconsin, rally for Donald Trump was reportedly maced after a confrontation.
According to NBC News reporter Shaquille Brewster, the protester said she was maced after pushing back someone who she said touched her chest inappropriately.
USA Today reported that the protester was a 15-year-old girl, according to police.
Beck also tweeted an expletive-laced video of the confrontation recorded by another bystander.
Video of the girl getting medical attention after being maced has also been tweeted.
Another video, containing explicit language, was posted by a Janesville community Facebook page.
The video shows the protester confronting the man, saying he touched her breast, before it appears she threw a punch or pushed the man.
The man then appears to mace her.
ABC reporter Candace Smith tweeted that police have no suspect yet.
In a statement, the police department said, "We are currently looking for two suspects, one for the sexual assault and one for the pepper spray."
BuzzFeed News spoke to the protester, who asked to be identified as Alex, Wednesday.
Alex said she was afraid to go to school the next day because she was getting death threats.
She clarified that she punched the man because she said he was harassing her.
“People keep saying that I punched that man because he’s a Trump supporter,” she said. “I was just trying to get him to leave me alone.”
The Janesville Police Department released a statement about the incident.
"A 15 year girl from Janesville was peppered sprayed in the crowd by a non-law enforcement person. A 19 year old woman from Madison received 2nd hand spray as well. Both individuals received medical attention at local hospitals. A male in the crown groped the 15 year girl, when she pushed him away; another person in the crown sprayed her. We are currently looking for two suspects, one for the sexual assault and one for the pepper spray."
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