A women in Massachusetts has alleged that a SWAT team, who had mistakenly raided her house, kept her naked for 10 minutes.
Marianne Diaz, a 23-year-old mother of two, told The Telegram, she was awoken by officers pointing guns who kicked in her door at 5.30AM this morning.
As she knelt down and huddled with her children, she claimed an officer told her to ‘stop [expletive] crying and take care of your [expletive] kids’.
Diaz, who had removed her clothes in the night in a bid to tackle the summer heat, told reporters that she was then kept naked for 10 minutes following a search by a female officer.
“My [seven-year-old] daughter was freaking out,” she said, adding “she was just shaking, and she couldn’t stop.”
The police, who were looking for illegal firearms, recovered no contraband during the raid, or make any arrests.
District Attorney Joseph Early responded to the incident, insisting the police acted on the ‘best intelligence’ available. It is understood that they were acting on information obtained from a confidential informant.
A lawyer acting on behalf of Diaz is now demanding a full investigation.