Chick-Fil-A customer arrested for allegedly beating pregnant woman who tried to cut in drive-thru lane

Jada Blake, 19, was arrested after allegedly kicking a pregnant woman at a Delaware Chick-Fil-A drive-thru. (Photo: Delaware State Police)

A fight at a Delaware Chick-Fil-A drive-thru resulted in a pregnant woman getting kicked in the stomach by another patron, according to police.

Jada Blake, 19, of Newark, was waiting in line in the drive-thru of the popular fast food restaurant in the town of Bear when another driver attempted to drive in front of her. The incident took place on Saturday afternoon.

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According to Delaware State Police, Blake accelerated her vehicle abruptly, and blocked the other vehicle from moving forward. She then allegedly exited her vehicle and confronted the other driver, and subsequently began hitting the pregnant 21-year-old woman in the head and face through the open car window. The other woman exited her vehicle and fought with Blake, who then intentionally kicked the victim in the abdomen.

When the fighting stopped, Blake returned to her car and resumed her wait for drive-thru service, according to police. Responding troopers located Blake while she was still in the drive-thru lane, and apprehended her without incident.

Authorities say the pregnant female victim was transported to an area hospital for evaluation, and is believed to only have suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Blake was arrested and charged with second-degree assault, second-degree reckless endangering, menacing, disorderly conduct, careless driving, no proof of insurance and possession of marijuana. After her arraignment, she was released on $5103.00 unsecured bail.

Yahoo reached out to Chick-Fil-A for comment, but did not yet receive a response.

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