Arrest made in assault of Trump supporter at weekend free speech rally


San Francisco Police have made an arrest in the weekend assault of a Trump supporter and rally organizer who lost two front teeth.

Adora Anderson of Watsonville was taken into custody Sunday in Oakland.

The organizer of the event, Philip Anderson of Team Save America, posted photos and video to social media of his bloody mouth with a front tooth missing and another hanging loosely. He said anti-fascist protesters attacked him "for no reason."

The event took place Saturday afternoon at U.N. Plaza in San Francisco, turning violent when supporters of the president - rumored to include members of the Proud Boys - met roughly 200 counter protesters. Officers in riot gear had to form a barrier between the two groups as several fights broke out.

The event was originally organized to protest Twitter’s censorship of tweets that violate its user policy.

Anderson, 35, has been charged with mayhem and a hate crime enhancement.

The incident remains under investigation.