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Video of NSW Police Minister David Elliott’s verbal brawl with a teenager

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Questions had been asked of New South Wales Police Minister David Elliott late last year when he was accused of chasing down a 17-year-old man, grabbing his arm and verbally abusing him.

Mr Elliott strongly denied the claims, which stemmed from a roadside disagreement over a minor traffic collision on October 27. Mr Elliott was subsequently cleared by police of wrongdoing over the incident.

The young driver claimed the Liberal MP had said to him “I work for the cops” and when being asked to produce his badge, allegedly responded, “I pay for the badges”.

Mr Elliott also denied that element of the claim.

Now, video of the confrontation has been broadcast, in which Mr Elliott and his wife can be heard screaming at the P-plate driver.

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NSW Police Minister David Elliott was cleared by police of wrongdoing over the incident. Picture: AAPSource:AAP

“You’ll be getting a … you’ll be getting … can I have your licence? Because I’m formally asking you for your licence,” Mr Elliott says in the footage, aired by Channel 7 News tonight.

“I’m formally … you’ve hit my car and damaged it.”

The minister can be seen leaning through the open passenger side door of the teen’s car and demanding he get out.

The driver tells Mr Elliott that he wasn’t leaving the scene, but trying to pull over safely from the lane he had been in.

“I was in the middle of the lane, buddy. I was in the middle of the lane, f***wit.”

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Vision has emerged of NSW Police Minister David Elliott involved in a fiery verbal stoush with a teenager.Source:Channel 7

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Vision has emerged of NSW Police Minister David Elliott involved in a fiery verbal stoush with a teenager.Source:Channel 7

Mr Elliott was confronted by Seven News today about the footage, and he conceded the encounter was heated.

“Oh, I just think after somebody sideswipes your family car and calls your wife a c***, there’s going to be a natural reaction,” he claimed.

“When you see that sort of language from a young person you do feel disappointment and I wasn’t going to cop it.

“As far as we’re concerned, and the other party is concerned, we want to draw a line in the sand.”

It’s not the first time Mr Elliott has attracted controversy.

In November 2019, he made a social media post, which he said was directed at a friend, in which he threatened to “rip your head off and s*** in the hole”.

A month later, as his state burned during the unprecedented bushfires, Mr Elliott – whose responsibilities include emergency management – took an overseas holiday with his family.

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