Maxi Greenwood Wiki – Maxi Greenwood Biography
Maxi Greenwood is the woman from Southern California who was recorded damaging a memorial to African American victims of police violence. The cell phone video was released on June 1 and has since gone viral. This incident occurred when communities across the country protested the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Greenwood operates a party planning business in Huntington Beach called Party Max Event Services, according to the company’s Yelp page. Since the video began airing on social media, Greenwood has disabled his Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube accounts. But as if writing this, his Instagram account was still active and he has continued to share his political views on the page.
Greenwood Exclaimed As She Vandalized the Memorial
Greenwood can be heard saying “this is organized by Antifa” when he knocked down the boards listing the names of the victims, including George Floyd, Philando Castile, Jamar Clark, and dozens more. She argued: “This is my freedom of expression.” Another woman pleaded with Greenwood to stop and display her own posters if she wanted to express a different opinion. Greenwood was heard commenting on protests across the country and commenting, “Get this violence out of here.” The second woman tried to prevent Greenwood from knocking down the boards and insisted that Greenwood was the violent one.\
In the video, the second woman appears confused as she questioned Greenwood, “What are you doing?” Greenwood responded, “You are doing it. You are brainwashed. This was staged by George Soros.” The woman didn’t try to argue with Greenwood but shot back, “People still died!” Greenwood answered, “It doesn’t matter! People are dying because of riots right now!” The other woman shouted “help” and “f*ck you, you just hit me in the head” before the video ended.
Maxi Greenwood Arrested
Greenwood has been arrested multiple times in Southern California. According to the website of the California Superior Court for Orange County, Greenwood was arrested twice in 2018 for assault on a peace officer. The first arrest occurred on January 1, 2018. She was charged with two counts of assault and battery by a peace officer or emergency personnel. Greenwood pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 60 days in jail and 3 years of probation. His probation will expire in 2021. Greenwood was arrested again on January 19 for assault on a peace officer. He pleaded guilty and received a suspended sentence.
On January 15, 2018, Greenwood was arrested on charges of reckless driving and possession of an open container of cannabis in a vehicle. She received a suspended sentence after pleading guilty. In August of that year, Greenwood was arrested for smoking on prohibited public property, but that case was dismissed. Court records show Greenwood has also been cited for multiple traffic violations, such as speeding, using your phone while driving, failing to stop at a stop sign, and driving without a license or insurance. San Diego County records also list multiple arrests dating back to 2009.