Published: Wed, December 11, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Runner who groped reporter identified as local youth minister

Runner who groped reporter identified as local youth minister

Tommy Callaway, 43, a married father of two children, who is youth group leader in his church, and a scout leader, tried to explain why he had beaten Alex Bozarjian from WSAV-TV when they joined the 10-kilometer run on Saturday at the Savannah Bridge reported.

'No woman should EVER have to put up with this at work or anywhere!

Through a statement issued by his lawyer Joseph Turner, Mr Callaway said we "regret the situation" but insists he "did not act with any criminal intentions".

Numerous individuals, especially individual columnists, communicated their help for Bozarjian just as outrage for what she needed to experience. "I did not know where exactly I touched her".

"I never meant to", he said, saying he hoped to be able to apologize in person to the "amazing woman" he hurt. Turner said they "do not expect any criminal charges", but Bozarjian did file a police report.

Bozarjian, appearing on CBS This Morning Tuesday said the moment "took some time to process, but it was was extremely vulnerable", going on the say that "the reason why it has caught so much fire is because the emotion is extremely relateable for women all over the world".

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Thomas Callaway of Statesboro soon stepped forward as the man who slapped Bozarjian. As WSAV-TV reporter Alex Bozarjian anchored the live segment, runners streamed by, mugging for the camera. Twitter users banded together when the video was first posted and were able to first identify Callaway using frame grabs from the video and Callaway's runner's bib number when race results were posted online after the race.

"It was an bad act and an terrible mistake", Callaway said.

The man in the video was recognized as Tommy Callaway, CBS News detailed, and the Savannah Police Department affirmed to BuzzFeed News that a police report had been recorded.

Bozarjian has since taken to Twitter to hit out at her attacker, saying: 'To the man who smacked my butt on live TV this morning: You violated, objectified, and embarrassed me. I can't discuss it further, but it's up to Alexandrea on how she wants to handle the situation.

"We won't endure conduct like this at a Savannah Sports Council occasion", the gathering tweeted.

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