The East Bay woman charged with battery and a hate crime for her December 6 attack on a Muslim man praying in a park has now been slapped with a restraining order. Video of the incident depicts the woman, Denise Slader, rambling on about Allah being "Satan" before throwing coffee on and hitting the man.

Judge Jeffrey Brand yesterday ordered that Denise Slader must stay 200 yards away from both the man she attacked and the East Bay park where the incident occurred, reports CBS 5.

Slader, who works as a program technician for the parole division of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, is currently on administrative leave, notes CBS 5.

Video of Slader totally losing it in Lake Chabot Regional Park was posted to Facebook by the man attacked, Rasheed Albeshari, who also wrote about what happened.

"#Islamophobia After praying, this lady approached us and started yelling at us that we're brainwashed for believing in Allah," explained Albeshari. "'Allah is evil' she said. I started video taping her, I, also, was hit by an umbrella before taking a shower of coffee right on my face."

The restraining order follows the arrest of a Richmond resident who had allegedly threatened to harm Muslims after pledging his allegiance to Donald Trump on Facebook. In that incident, police detonated a possible explosive device found in the man's home.

Slader, who CBS 5 notes was present in court when the judge issued the restraining order, was uncharacteristically silent and declined to speak to reporters.

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