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Bizarre moment Los Angeles woman, 32, strips fully naked as cops try to arrest her for leading them on high-speed chase

A woman stripped naked as she was arrested in Los Angeles Saturday morning after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase.

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The sidewalk strip outside a comedy club in Downtown Los Angeles was caught on video by a reporter from a local news service.

In the video, the woman – who was identified by police as Simone Gonzalez, 32, and who police said may have a history of mental illness – can be seen rambling incoherently when approached by the reporter.

At various points, she accuses the reporter of being a ‘slave trader’ and of ‘injecting’ her with ‘heroin needles.’ She also claims she’s a police officer, a firefighter, and a member of the Army.

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As police officers approach the scene, Gonzalez starts shouting that she is a ‘victim of police brutality’ and begins taking off her clothes to show cops her ‘bruises.’

She also reveals what looks like a carving of the word ‘Crips’ on the right side of her rib cage.

The video ends after the officers arrest the woman and pick some of her clothes off of the street.

Earlier in the night, police said Gonzalez got in an altercation with her parents in Pasadena and allegedly tried to slam one of them with her Chevy Tahoe SUV.

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While no one was hurt in that incident, Gonzalez caused damage to her parents’ property, said Lt. Vasken Gourdikan of the Pasadena Police Department.

‘Apparently, she perhaps rammed a few of the cars that were parked on the property and broke her parent’s house window with a brick,’ Gourdikan told KTLA.

After police were called around 10:45pm, Gonzalez fled in her SUV and led officers on a pursuit on the 101 freeway that at times exceeded 100mph, according to reports.

Police eventually called the pursuit off, but later found Gonzalzez ranting outside the comedy club The Lexington at 129 E 3rd Street, where she was arrested in the nude shortly before 1am Saturday.

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Gonzalez was slapped with several felony charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, evading and reckless driving, KTLA reported.

She was booked at the Century Regional Detention Facility on $75,000 bail, Los Angeles County court records show.

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