‘I went to Brown and I’m a teacher, sweetheart!’ Snooty Caroline Kennedy disrespects officers during arrest: Cops

Caroline Summer Rose Kennedy, granddaughter of Robert F Kennedy, was arrested on Sunday night in Massachusetts for disorderly conduct. Apparently, her disorderly conduct continued when officers arrived.

“I went to Brown and I’m a teacher, sweetheart!” Caroline reportedly told Barnstable police officers, according to the New York Post.

The 23-year-old was said to be so drunk that she slurred her words while being questioned by the officers. She allegedly taunted and sneered at the police, while sticking her tongue out at an officer.

“No. I’m drunk. I know that,” Caroline said after refusing to take a breathalyzer, according to the police report.

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Caroline, along with her 52-year-old father, Max Kennedy, were arrested for noise violation and disorderly conduct after a neighbor in the historic Hyannis Port called the police after hearing loud noise and fireworks. Dad and daughter were apparently having a “wild party” in the rented “Judy Garland House” at at 172 Irving Avenue.

“Judy Garland house,” where Max Kennedy and his daughter were arrested. [Photo: Google Maps/July 2014]
According to the police report, Max also appeared drunk. He reportedly slurred his words while sweating profusely. He alleged yelled at the police while jabbing his fingers into one of the officer’s chest. He threw himself into a wall and “grabbed a wall cabinet (filled with glass valuables) and threw it, smashing the contents,” reports the Boston Globe.

Later, after police handcuffed Max Kennedy and put him in the police cruiser, an angry Caroline allegedly threw herself into the vehicle beside her father, then pushed open the door.

Both suspects bailed out of jail later that evening. They’re both expected back in court in November.

Check back with CrimeOnline as additional details become available.

[Feature Photo: Barnstable PD]