Dallas lawyer fired after argument with Uber driver

Dallas County Assistant District Attorney Jody Warner lost her job after her Uber driver recorded her making threatening comments.
2:29 | 11/14/17

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Now to new fallout from a tense exchange caught on camera. A Dallas lawyer has been fired after getting into an argument with her Uber driver. Who says she threatened him, hit him, even accused him of kidnapping her. ABC's Linzie Janis is here with that story. Good morning, Linzie. Reporter: The Uber driver made an audio recording posting it on his Facebook page. Shortly after his passenger, that Dallas prosecutor losing her job that she held for six years. Oh my god you're an idiot. You're a legitimate . Reporter: You're listening to the argument that led to the firing of one of Dallas county's assistant district attorneys. I'm asking you politely to plea step out of my vehicle. No because now I am pissed off. Reporter: He was driving Jody Warner home from this bar Friday night. When she game upset go directions and began threatening him. You're so stupid I want the cops to come so that they can You up. She kept saying she was didn't D.A. Who are they going to believe you or me? So I said, you are know know, you are kind of right. Reporter: He pulled over and asked her to get out. When she refused he called the police. She actually hit me. Ma'am, please. No, ma'am, please, dude, you're all everything is being recorded. I'm an assistant district attorney so shut the Up. I think this might be kidnapping right now actually. Reporter: When the cops arrived Platt declined to press charges. I'm used to dealing with drunk passengers on a consistent basis. I forgive her. Reporter: But Warner's employer not so forgiving. The D.A. Office firing her late Monday in a statement saying her behavior is contrary to this office's core principle of integrity. I am sorry it cost her her job. You don't treat people that way. Reporter: Overnight Warner denying she ever hit Platt but expressing regret and calling her behavior unacceptable telling ABC news, I cringe whenever I hear or think about the things that I said that night. Adding, the audio doesn't tell you that I was in a situation that made me feel very uncomfortable. The driver SHAWN Platt tells us he wants people to leave her alone. Warner has paid the price for her actions. Wow, all right, Linzie, thank you very much. Good thing he recorded that. Good for him to do that.

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