The Utah nurse whose video-taped arrest went viral spoke out to say what happened to her should never happen again.
Alex Wubbels was arrested for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient back in July.
Now, she is telling ABC News that she still does not feel "not safe" after returning to work. She said she feels that the cop, Salt Lake City Detective Jeff Payne, who arrested her was on a "war path." The body cam footage was released last week, sparking national outrage.
"I just said, 'Look, I'm sorry, we can't let you do this at this time,'" Wubbels told ABC News in an interview. "And [Payne] just got up and said, 'You're not sorry!'"
The 41-year-old nurse, who also competed in the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics as an alpine skier, claimed the cop jeopardized her safety.
"Right then he was on this war path," she said.
Wubbels said that the Salt Lake City Police Department has to work to regain the public's trust.
"I'm not here to police the police," Alex Wubbels told TODAY on Monday. "The police need to do that if they're going to regain any kind of trust by me or, I think, the public."
She said what happened to her, should not happen again.
Payne and a second officer have been placed on paid administrative leave, police said Friday. The second officer wasn't identified.
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