Meteorologist is accused of "pushing the news anchor and fracturing his skull" during a bar fight VERY cold because he thought his colleague was hitting her husband
- A meteorologist working at a West Virginia television station is accused of pushing a news anchor on Sunday and fracturing his skull
- Chelsea Ambriz, 26, of Huntington, was charged with battery misdemeanor
- Ambriz allegedly pushed the anchor of the Erica Bivens station
- Bivens suffered a ruptured eardrum and skull fracture
A meteorologist at a West Virginia television station is accused of pushing a news anchor and fracturing his skull.
A criminal complaint says Chelsea Ambriz, 26, who works as a forecaster for WSAZ-TV on the air, pushed host Erica Bivens on Sunday. She is accused of a minor battery.
The complaint says that Bivens suffered a ruptured eardrum and skull fracture in the fight.
Chelsea Ambriz, 26, of Huntington, right, was charged with misdemeanor by her friend and co-worker Erica Bivens, who is accused of pushing and fracturing her skull.
Ambriz, on the right, and Bivens appears in the photo on the left
The co-workers got into a bar fight after Bivens thought that Ambriz was hitting her husband.
He faced Ambriz, who got angry and presumably pushed Bivens.
Ambriz will appear in court on September 21.
It is unclear if you have a lawyer who can be contacted for comments.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported that Ambriz could face up to a year in jail and / or a fine of no more than $ 500 & # 39; if she is found guilty.
Bivens, on the right, suffered a ruptured eardrum and skull fracture after the incident