Move over, Gayle King.
“Soho Karen” Miya Ponsetto cut a judge off during a hearing Monday to tell him she didn’t want to go to jail.
The 22-year-old — who earned the “Karen” label after falsely accusing a black teen of stealing her cell phone — appeared by video for a brief Manhattan criminal court hearing where a judge was discussing her speedy-trial rights with her lawyer.
Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Jonathan Svetkey asked defense attorney Paul D’Emilia if Ponsetto wants to “waive time” — a legal term that refers to stopping the “speedy trial clock” from running — to which D’Emilia said he did not.
“Alight, so …” Svetkey said before Ponsetto interrupted.
“Waiving time? I would not like to spend time in jail,” said Ponsetto, who is out on supervised release over the incident.
Ponsetto’s criminal defense attorney Paul D’Emilia jumped in saying, “Miya, Miya. Please don’t say anything. I’ll talk.”
“Your attorney will explain to you what we are talking about here,” Svetkey said. “It has to do with the peoples’ obligation to proceed with the case in a manner consistent with your statutory rights to a speedy trial.”
Ponsetto famously interrupted Kirng during an interview on “CBS This Morning,” in January when the host was pressing her about being old enough to understand racism.
“You seem to have attacked this … young boy … this teenager about your phone, and then it turned out he didn’t even have your phone,” King said. “That’s the thing. You’re saying, ‘Look, I’m 22 years old,’ you’re 22 years old, but you are old enough to know better.”
“All right Gail, enough,” Ponsetto inserted dismissively, as her other lawyer urgently whispered something to her.
Ponsetto was caught on video accusing Keyon Harrold Jr., 15 — the son of jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold — of swiping her cell phone and then trying to tackle him in the lobby of the Arlo Soho Hotel on Dec. 26.
She was charged with attempted assault, attempted robbery, grand larceny and endangering the welfare of a child over the incident. The case is still pending.
Last week, Ponsetto was sued by Harrold’s family. That case is also pending.
She is due back in court for the criminal case on June 8.