I was beaten, dragged and my body exposed for having an empty container while watching a movie. I had just completed dinner at Tavern at Phipps and proceeded to attend a movie at Phipps Plaza AMC theaters also within Phipps Plaza. While purchasing snacks in line at AMC , I was approached by the manager who advised that food was not allowed. The manager responded with "Okay" and walked away as I advised the container was from Tavern at Phipps. I proceeded to my seat. I was then again approached by the manager and a security guard stating that " no food" is allowed. I advised once more that the container was empty, they then left. After roughly 30 minutes passing, I was approached by 2 male officers . While speaking with the officer to my left, I was blindly grabbed from behind while sitting in my purchased seat from the other officer. The officer to my left proceeded to grab me as well as they both pulled me from my seat, dragging me out into the hallway, dislocated my shoulder, lifted my dress exposing my body and placed me in handcuffs. I was not advised that I was under arrest for anything or given any notice as to I was being removed from the premises for having the container
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