Woman who attacked bouncer during Folly Gras event released on bond

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FOLLY BEACH, SC (WCBD) – A suspect who police say assaulted a bouncer during last weekend’s Folly Gras event has been arrested.

The Folly Association of Business this week decided to discontinue future Folly Gras events after a number of isolated incidents Saturday.

Video of one fight during the annual festival went viral on social media. It shows a bouncer attempting to detain one event attendee by wrestling them to the ground.

It then shows a woman walk up to the pair and kick him in the head, knocking him conscious.

That woman, 22-year-old Taylor Renee Nealey, was booked at the Al Cannon Detention Center Tuesday.

She was later released on a $10,000 surety bond.

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