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The fearless Philadelphia mother who stared down a gun wielding biker who stomped on her car and broke her rear windshield is speaking out about the incident.
The incident occurred outside of city hall on Sunday night. Video that was shot by a tourist shows the biker hitting Nikki Bullock's car and then eventually stomping on it, smashing through the back window.
Bullock told NBC Philadelphia that at the she was delivering food for Uber Eats along with her partner's children, 5 and 2. 'I just wanted to protect my kids,' Bullock said in the aftermath of the terrifying encounter in which nobody was seriously injured.
After their initial interaction, the biker then pulled a gun on Bullock, 23.
'It was a little gun and at that point, my windshield was already broken so, what was he really going to do to me, for real?' she added.
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Nikki Bullock, the woman who saw her car attacked by a biker on Sunday, is speaking out about the incident
Bullock said that she wasn't scared of the man after he broke her back windshield
Bullock showing the damage to a reporter from NBC Philadelphia
The dent in Bullock's car that began the entire altercation
Bullock said that the dispute began when she changed lanes around the hoard of bikers. 'They’re not paying attention to lanes. They’re just doing whatever. So I’m turning in the lane and he just hits the side of the car,' she said.
The pair shared words, that's when the biker began to attack her car, which prompted her to exit the car and confront him head-on.
'He jumped up here with two feet. He stepped his first foot down. Didn't work, so, them he was like...and, went through.' In the video, the biker falls as he jumps through the windshield.
When he gets off the car, what appears to be a gun falls out of his pocket. He picks it up just as Bullock appears. The pair exchanged more words as the biker backs away. He even headbutts her, while wearing a helmet, before pointing the gun at her.
Bullock stands her ground and even pushes the biker off of his bike when he attempts to flee the scene.
'I'm just grateful that my kids are okay. There's not a scratch on them. It was just the simple fact that I had kids in the car. I just wanted to protect them honestly,' Bullock said.
In a separate interview with ABC Philadelphia, '[The children] are ok. Not a single scratch. I have a guardian angel. Thank god.'
Bullock earlier told CBS Philadelphia that the children in the car were crying during the altercation.
'The only thing that protected my kids from not having a bunch of glass from shattering on top of them is that my back windshield was tinted,' she told the affiliate.
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