MADISON, Wis. — State Sen. Lena Taylor is refusing to say anything about allegations she got into an altercation with a bank teller.
Taylor's attorney, Vince Bobot, has said police are considering citing Taylor for disorderly conduct in connection with the incident April 6 at a Wells Fargo branch in Milwaukee. WISN-TV reported Taylor insulted a teller with a racial slur.
Taylor appeared in the state Capitol on Wednesday to participate in a Joint Finance Committee meeting. She hurried past reporters on her way into the meeting, referring questions to Bobot. He didn't immediately reply to an email.
Milwaukee Deputy City Attorney Adam Stevens didn't immediately return a voicemail. A police spokeswoman didn't immediately reply to an email.