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Abbey Winters Biography – Wiki

Abbey Winters is the wife of Jason Winters, who serves as Chattooga County Commissioner, intentionally dumped a cup of soda over reporter Casie Bryant’s head on Friday, according to witnesses.

She is 35 years old.

Abbey Winters Personal Life

She is the wife of a local elected official, Jason Winters, in Georgia.

Abbey Winters Dumps Cup of Soda on Reporter’s Head at a Public Meeting

Abbey Winters, the wife of Jason Winters, intentionally dumped a cup of soda over reporter Casie Bryant’s head on Friday, according to witnesses — one of whom said the incident was “the most classless act” she’s seen in her entire life.

Bryant, a reporter for AllOnGeorgia, and Abbey Winters were in attendance at the county’s budget meeting, which was scheduled to start at 11 a.m. Video of the incident posted online by AllOnGeorgia shows a few people, including the commissioner, sitting around a table before the liquid is heard being poured in the background.

“Mrs. Winters started to say: “She deserved it, she deserved that and more”, and, “I said, ‘Nobody deserves that”, Arden replied.

The video doesn’t capture the actual moment, but witnesses told investigators Abbey Winters was responsible, and that Bryant did nothing to provoke her.

When Summerville police officers tried to talk to the Winters, the couple asked to speak to their attorney first, according to an incident report from the department. Abbey Winters later told police at an attorney’s office that she accidentally poured the drink on Bryant after she tripped.


Bryant, for her part, confirmed what witnesses had told the police, and added she didn’t usually see Abbey Winters at public meetings before. She told officers that “for a few minutes after the drink was poured on her she was just in shock and that she recalled someone stating that the drink looked good on her”.


A motive for Winters’ actions was not clear, but police told the Times Free Press they “did get some info from witnesses about a Facebook post-Bryant posted last night about Commissioner Winters and the meeting [Friday]”.

Warrants were issued for Abbey Winters, who was charged with disorderly conduct and simple battery, both misdemeanors. She turned herself in around 4:30 p.m. on Friday.

Rural Chattooga County is in northwest Georgia and sits along the state border with Alabama. Chattooga has a sole commissioner, who serves as the chief legislative and executive government officials, according to the county website. Jason Winters, a local businessman, was elected in 2008.

AllOnGeorgia is a “hyper-local community-oriented news organization” that seeks “to bring smaller, rural communities relevant and important news that is otherwise not reported”, according to its website.

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