A woman arrested in a weekend disturbance seen in a Facebook video that has gone viral being pulled by law enforcement by her hair from her vehicle had fled Philadelphia Police, the authorities said.

A disturbance call was received at about 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at a residence on Wilson Avenue, according to police.

Jaqueline Clay, 32, of 113 Neshoba Lane was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and failure to comply, said Philadelphia Police Chief Grant Myers. There could be other charges, he said

“The [video] was a result of a disturbance call that progressed to a car chase,” Myers said.

The department is reviewing what led up to the event and the dialogue before the woman was forcibly pulled from the vehicle, thrown to the ground and handcuffed, including the body cams officers were wearing, Myers said.

The chase ended near Railroad Avenue and Gum Street, Myers said. He confirmed small children were in the car and they could be heard screaming as Clay is pulled from her vehicle.

“The officer was mad because I didn’t stop . and that ‘I made him look like a fool’ (in his words)…,” Clay posted on her Facebook page Monday morning. She identifies herself as Wilson Jacki Clay on Facebook.

Myers said there are another several minutes of dialogue the department has and is reviewing, stressing he plans an objective review of the incident.

Clay told The Clarion-Ledger, “They said I fled from them but it was because he was hollering and getting mad at me in front of my kids. I was only going 10-15 mph on my street to the end of a stop sign and went down to the next stop sign which was on at least 5-10 yards maybe. I'm bad with the measurements.”

In the video filmed by a passenger, two male officers approach the vehicle where the woman’s window is rolled down. One officer reaches inside the car and appears to unlock the door. A second officer opens the door and appears to grab the woman by her left arm. Less than a second later, the first officer grabs her by her hair, both officers pulling her out of the car. 

She’s then taken to the ground with the first officer putting his knee in her back to handcuff her as the children are screaming.