Jonathan Kaye Caught on Camera Punching Woman During Brooklyn’s Pride Parade, Sparking Outrage Among Park Slope Residents

Jonathan Kaye Caught on Camera Punching Woman During Brooklyn’s Pride Parade, Sparking Outrage Among Park Slope Residents

The usually tranquil neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn was thrown into chaos after a local investment banker, Jonathan Kaye, was filmed punching a woman at the area’s Pride parade.

The incident, which occurred on Saturday, has sparked widespread outrage and has quickly gone viral on social media, capturing the attention and condemnation of many locals.

Community Reaction

The reaction from Park Slope residents has been swift and fierce. One local resident expressed disbelief, stating, “I can’t believe this is in my neighborhood! When are they going to come and arrest him?” In a dramatic public shaming, posters displaying Kaye’s phone number and the address of his luxurious $4 million brownstone have been erected, urging the community to take action.

Local Anger and Backlash

Christine Doyle, another local resident, didn’t hold back her disdain for Kaye and his family, criticizing their aloof behavior and lack of community engagement. “Everyone else here says hello to their neighbors.

They say nothing.

They’re really insular,” she said. Doyle’s frustration extended to Kaye’s recent noisy construction work and his multiple rental properties on the street.

She called for Kaye to be driven out of the neighborhood, stating, “Men who punch women are not welcome here.”

The Incident and Its Aftermath

The incident, captured on video, shows Kaye throwing a powerful punch at an unnamed woman, knocking her to the ground.

The reasons behind the confrontation remain unclear.

The video, although shaky, clearly shows Kaye walking away with a bag in one hand and a wet stain on his blazer after the assault. Onlookers can be heard shouting insults at Kaye as he leaves the scene.

Employer’s Response

Kaye, who works as a Managing Director at Moelis & Company, an investment bank based in Midtown Manhattan, is now under investigation by his employer.

A spokesperson for Moelis confirmed to that Kaye is the individual seen in the viral video. “We take this matter very seriously and are conducting an investigation,” the spokesperson stated.

Police Involvement

The NYPD has acknowledged the viral video but noted that no police report has been filed regarding the incident.

As of now, Kaye remains barricaded in his home, and neighbors have reported scenes of chaos and anger on the usually quiet street.

The victim’s friends have been seen running up and down the street, screaming about the assault and demanding justice.

The Kaye Family’s Controversial Presence

Kaye’s presence in the neighborhood has long been a source of contention.

Neighbors have criticized his family’s insularity and the disruptions caused by their construction projects. The latest incident has only intensified these sentiments, with residents expressing their readiness to take legal action against Kaye.

Calls for Accountability

Residents are not just calling for Kaye to be held accountable for the assault but are also seeking to address broader issues of safety and community values.

“You will be shunned and you already are,” said Doyle, emphasizing the community’s resolve to see Kaye face consequences for his actions.


The incident involving Jonathan Kaye has sparked a significant uproar in Park Slope, highlighting issues of violence, accountability, and community solidarity.

As investigations by both the police and Kaye’s employer continue, the residents of Park Slope remain united in their demand for justice and the expulsion of those who threaten the peace and safety of their neighborhood.