Wildwood officials have said the videos show the woman assaulted the officers first, while her lawyer has said police overreacted. When asked on "GMA" whether that was her reason for not giving the officer her name, she said, "No, not mainly".
"Something in my gut was telling me, something wasn't right, you know?"
"As County Prosecutor, I recognize that the video footage has raised a lot of questions regarding the officers' actions", Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland said in the news release.
When asked why she refused to give her name, Weinman said she didn't see the point of it.
She said Wednesday morning that her neck and back have hurt since the incident, but stated the whole ordeal is more emotionally exhausting than anything else.
She appears to push the officer near where his body camera is attached to his uniform.
The original video recorded by a bystander depicted an officer wrestling her to the ground, as well as hitting her twice before wrestling her to the ground again.
Police said Weinman "forcibly struck" the officer when he attempted to handcuff her, causing his body camera to shut off. So when they got me to the point where they got me on my stomach, after I was done struggling, trying to defend myself, I spit the sand from my mouth, which makes me look like I'm spitting at the officer. "But that definitely wasn't the case and it wasn't my intention at all". She faces charges including aggravated assault on a police officer.
"I've been real anxious over it". But she says the negative responses people have made about her have been upsetting. But one situation doesn't define someone. "Kind of upset. The things people say about me". I'm not a bad person.
Weinman, lives in Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood, and is a mother. She also screamed for someone named Matt, who is apparently her daughter's father. Hewitt awoke and started recording the encounter with her cellphone, she said, later posting the footage on Twitter.
While the actions of the arresting officers did not violate any criminal laws, the three men will remain under internal investigation and on administrative duty until the probe is complete.