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RANDLEMAN, N.C. — A North Carolina woman has been charged with assault and reckless driving after another driver recorded cell phone video of her bizarre fit of road rage and erratic driving.

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Kristin Leight Phillips, 40, of Randleman, N.C., was charged in Randolph County with reckless driving to endanger, assault and battery, injury to personal property, driving left of center and two counts of communicating threats.

The other driver, Sherri Norman, says Phillips tried to slam into her in a 35 mph zone, so she began recording her.

“I knew what was going to happen. I wanted it on tape. Twice the lady tried to pass me on a two-lane road with double lines on a hill. She about ran me off road  first time. She got behind me a second time and then went to go around again. I let her have the road, called 911, reported her and her plate number… I started phone video which was in a holder on dashboard — hands free,” Norman said.

Norman took the video to police. Watch it and you’ll see what led to the charges. The confrontation happens at about the 3 minute mark, but you can watch the entire video to see what led up to it.