No one likes loud talkers at movies. If you changed one detail here, this woman might have attained hero status, but it's a pretty major detail.

25-year-old Keri Karman recently went to see "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" at a theater in Long Island, New York. At some point in the film she got annoyed when someone in the theater asked for some popcorn, and spoke at full volume.

So she grabbed a bag of popcorn and dumped it on them. Here's the detail that matters: The person she was angry at was a two-year-old toddler.

The little girl's mom claims she wasn't being loud in general. She just said the word "popcorn" a little too loud, and Karman flipped out.

First she started yelling and swearing, then allegedly flipped the kid off, may have tried to cover her mouth with her hand, dumped popcorn on her, and hit the toddler in the head with the empty container.

It happened back in January, but Karman just got arrested on Friday for endangering the welfare of a child. She is apparently trying to claim it's all a lie, and the popcorn spilled when the kid's mom pushed her.

Keri's 61-year-old dad Charles Karman was there too and he's also facing charges. An employee at the theater says he's a "troublemaker," and that they've had issues with him before too.

Nassau County Police Department

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