On Tuesday the court in Little Rock granted a continuance in abortion facility owner Natalie Tvedten’s assault case, according to information posted online from Arkansas’ Administrative Office of the Courts.

Tvedten’s attorney did not immediately respond to an email request for comment.

According to court documents from 2020, Tvedten is one of the owners of Little Rock Family Planning Services, a surgical abortion facility in Little Rock.

The Little Rock Police Department’s warrant and arrest report in the case indicates that Tvedten faces two counts of Assault in the First Degree for allegedly trying to strike pro-lifers with her vehicle while they prayed on the public easement outside the abortion facility on July 13, 2021.

Tvedten’s new court date is set for July 6, 2022.

Family Council has collected Little Rock Police reports documenting multiple close calls that pro-lifers have had with vehicles outside the surgical abortion facility.

Below is video footage of the the alleged July 13 incident that Family Council obtained last year via Arkansas’ Freedom of Information Act.

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