Pictured: The woman who is facing an assault charge for attacking Kellyanne Conway in a DC restaurant works for a nonprofit that counsels 'empathy' – and a FEDERAL warrant could come next | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pictured: The woman who is facing an assault charge for attacking Kellyanne Conway in a DC restaurant works for a nonprofit that counsels 'empathy' – and a FEDERAL warrant could come next

The woman who presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway says physically assaulted her in October is married to the CEO of a $43 million environmental charity and manages volunteers for a nonprofit that boasts 'empathy' as 'a priority skill' for 'living and working together in this radically different world.'

DailyMail.com is picturing Beth Inabinett, 63, for the first time. She faces a March trial for second-degree assault in Montgomery County, Maryland. Inabinett could also be charged with a federal crime, according to a Justice Department official.

The case stems from an incident during a birthday party at a restaurant near Washington, D.C. Conway told DailyMail.com that Inabinett 'grabbed me from behind' and 'shook me repeatedly.'

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