A raging California woman who was reportedly high on meth rammed her car into her wheelchair-bound boyfriend and knocked him to the ground; shortly after she was arrested for a DUI.

The boyfriend, who didn’t want to be identified, said he had been blocking her car in his scooter because he didn’t want her driving when she was intoxicated. A neighbor of the Huntington Beach, Calif., resident filmed the domestic violence scene seemingly from an upper window, then posted it on YouTube to garner over two million views in just a few days. The video was titled “Neighbors from hell.”

In the YouTube description, the uploader Sarah Oliver writes: “Common weekly occurrence with this insane neighbor. She throws things, beats her boyfriend, drives into stuff. All time day and night. When she backed up the first time in this video she hit my car.”

Forty-seven-year-old Laura Cox was then arrested by Huntington Beach police after she drove off while intoxicated. She has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs, use of a controled substance, domestic violence battery, and vandalism under $400, according to Orange County prosecutors.

Cox has apparently been a menace to her boyfriend and the neighborhood before. Oliver told NBC Los Angeles that “Usually if I hear screaming, I know it’s her.” She hopes that the video will bring some justice to the domestic violence situation: “I felt bad because [her boyfriend] gets taken advantage of and she does attack him a lot, you know, and he doesn’t deserve it.”

But the unidentified boyfriend actually defended his girlfriend, who he has been dating for 20 years. He claims he wasn’t assaulted and that he doesn’t want to press charges. “Do you see a mark on me?” he told NBC Los Angeles. “Do you see any marks on the scooter? If you actually really look at the video, she bumps me with her hip. I think people have way too much idle time on their hands and too much to gossip about.”