Fmr. Howard Stern staffer apologizes after insane physical brawl with her boyfriend goes viral

A livestream blowup by a former Howard Stern staffer could end with prison time as the wild mid-traffic fracas went viral prompting a profuse apology.

“Do you wanna go to jail?”

Known by her pseudonym Elisa Jordana, former Howard Stern show writer Elisa Ann Schwartz took an apparent lovers’ quarrel too far and wound up arrested in the process. Facing charges of felony battery, the personality with credits on “Kimmel” and “Vanderpump Rules” was seen in clips from her Monday stream titled “Not Doing Good” engaging law enforcement before the front seat tussle with a man identified as ZScorro.

During the video, Schwartz, while driving, could be heard accusing the man of cheating on her for two years with a woman named Sara, whom the streamer said she would be sending nude photos taken off the man’s phone. After previously taking a few blows, after ZScorro spoke up to say, “Sara, I’m sorry about this,” he took a smack square on his face.

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“Don’t talk. Don’t f*cking talk!” asserted Schwartz as the tension mounted.

Growing increasingly heated and repeatedly referring to her as a “dumb c***,” the man, who had warned of retaliation if he were struck again, eventually grabbed the YouTuber by the hair and told Sara to call 911 as Schwartz slammed on the horn.

While the man appeared to be trying to force her out of the car, the streamer asserted, “He’s killing me,” before she ran into traffic, seemingly engaging with another driver.

“I just want to say I’m so sorry for what I portrayed on my livestream that everyone saw,” Schwartz said in a statement to the Daily Mail. “This is not what I want to give to the world and it sucks that I got into such a sadness and anger — it was a really negative representation of who I am.”

“I’m going to do everything I can to have better relationships with people that are good for me, and people that I’m also good for,” she added.

Moments before the driver’s seat brawl, Schwartz had been seen complaining to law enforcement officers about ZScorro before ramping up her aggression against him in their line of sight.

“Do you wanna go to jail?” asked one before adding, “You’re lucky that your hand didn’t hit him because regardless of what he said…Get me off of that camera.”

Later that day, Schwartz was arrested and charged with battery by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, a third-degree felony described under Florida Statutes as when an individual “Actually and intentionally touches or strikes another person against the will of the other.”

If convicted, the charge included penalties of up to five years in prison or five years of probation as well as a potential fine of up to $5,000.

Kevin Haggerty


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