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News anchor romance is a damn entertaining soap opera when you have the right cast of characters. Take the case of Channel 2 news anchor Chris Wragge and Alycia Lane, an anchor for CBS’ Philadelphia affiliate. That’s when Lane went nuts, shouting, “I don’t care that you’re a cop – dyke bitch! Then she walloped the officer in the face, the sources said.Lane – whose lawyer claimed she didn’t know the three were cops – was busted and taken to the 10th Precinct station house, where she was charged with assault.The petite, twice-divorced Lane, 35, then also got out of the cab and began snapping photos, getting right up into the face of the male cop doing most of the grilling, the sources said.One of the three cops, a woman, told the TV anchor to back away, saying, “You can take pictures, but you have to step back,” the sources said.

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She is an American television journalist who is known for anchoring the weekday morning show at KNBC-TV until October 2013.

Lane claims not to have been told they were cops, and claims they "violently grabbed her camera to prevent her from taking pictures of the altercation they were involved in." Then Lane broke the lady cops nose.

And it all went down the night of her station's Christmas party!

The bizarro incident occurred when Alycia Lane, an Emmy Award-winning anchor for KWY-TV in Philadelphia, was riding in a cab with hunky radio DJ boyfriend Chris Booker and another couple when their taxi was stalled behind a slow-moving, unmarked police car, sources said.

When the unmarked car stopped for a light at Ninth Avenue and 17th Street in Chelsea, one of the men in Lane’s cab went over to the vehicle and yelled, “I don’t care if you’re a cop, drive faster! It is not clear how the man knew the vehicle was a police car, but the three officers inside got out, identified themselves and began questioning him, the sources said.