“I told her, ‘Don’t do it.’ She has to take responsibility for it,” he said, adding that she wasn’t available to speak to a reporter.
Gangi said he is in the process of filing a restraining order against the woman. Gangi said he thinks she appears to have been seeking attention rather than justice due to moral outrage.
Clifton police are investigating the incident, but it wasn’t clear Wednesday if the woman will face any charges.
Gangi estimated the damage to the display at $500 to $1,000.