The video showed that the fight initially started between two women before another jumped in. But then, like Superman bursting out of a phone both, a fourth girl in a denim romper busts out of the neighboring port-a-potty and just absolutely wrecks two of the girls.
She grabs them by the hair and pulls them out, and then turns around and kicks one back into the port-a-potty with her white cowboy boots before slamming the door.
And after the video of the brawl went viral, the “Romper Stomper” came forward to identify herself as 21-year old Dalanie DiSabato, a 21-year old nursing student who looks like she’s thrown hands a time or two.
But now Dalanie is telling her side of the story – and it turns out she had never been in a fight before in her life.
DiSabato joined Portnoy for an interview, where she explained that the whole thing started after the girl in the pink accused her of cutting in line to the port-a-potty – which Dalanie says she was unaware of.
And it turns out the woman who was standing outside of the port-a-potty, who was confronted by the girl in pink, was actually Dalanie’s mother.
“I didn’t really realize that I cut in front of this girl. And I walked into the bathroom, and my mom was standing outside of the door, guarding the door, because this girl was PISSED. Like, she was mad.”
While she’s doing her business, Dalanie hears the commotion outside of the port-a-potty and realizes what’s going on. So when she walked out and saw that her mom was getting beat up by two girls in the floor of a port-a-potty, she says she did what she had to do:
“I just walked out and saw two girls ganging up on my mom, so I just did what I think any daughter would have done. I just beat the f*ck out of them.”
So there you have it. The Porta-Pounder actually is the hero in this situation for defending her mother.
Of course Dalanie acknowledges that fighting in a port-a-potty is probably the last place you’d want to get into your first fight, but she says she had to jump in when she saw her mom getting beat down in the shitter.
And she says she didn’t even think about it after it happened – and her and her mom enjoyed the concert.