And that could cost the 20-year-old Rosello, a model.
Miami Beach cops are looking for the man who’s hit hard on the footage to interview him. Cops want to know whether he was truly a victim, or a willing participant.
“Our homeless outreach folks are trying to find the man who’s getting punched,” says Miami Beach Police Spokesman Bobby Hernandez. “That’s the first step. It’s possible that this incident didn’t even occur here.
“Once the alleged victim is interviewed, we’ll see about charges.”
Check out the footage. WARNING: GRAPHIC VIOLENCE
Rosello, a recent grad of Monsignor Edward Pace High School, published the video yesterday, adding these words: “Lmfao on South Beach. Funny video I found!”
To someone who asked what was the point of it all, Rosello responded: “People have a sweetspot for hobos …”
Then this: “I’m f…ing around though. I feel bad for those people. didn’t mean to offend anyone. They got my love. I always give them like 5 bucks or weed.”
RHOM is currently in its second season on Bravo. Echevarria, who calls herself “The Cuban Barbie,” is the executive editor of Venue, a Miami-based lifestyle magazine.
She didn’t return calls but Herman Echevarria, her politically-connected husband and Rosello’s stepfather said: “It’s an unfortunate thing. But it just looks like kids playing. It’s not really violent.”