Jaime King has been shockingly attacked in Beverly Hills

King spoke with police at her car after the bizarre attack which happened in broad daylight

King spoke with police at her car after the bizarre attack which happened in broad daylight

The suspect has been identified as Paul Francis Floyd, 47, of Los Angeles, and Jaime's auto isn't the only vehicle he allegedly attacked.

Jaime King has broken her silence on the terrifying act of violence that occurred against her, her four-year-old son James Knight, and her friend Judit Balogh on Wednesday (April 4) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Beverly Hills Police told ET that King's vehicle was parked and her son James was sitting in a auto seat in the back.

The first auto, police said, was occupied by a male adult driver and was "stopped at the apron of a driveway when the suspect kicked the vehicle causing damage".

Floyd was arrested on one count each of felony child endangerment and misdemeanor battery and two counts of felony vandalism.

The "Hart of Dixie" star was later pictured visibly shaken after the alleged attack.

Paul Francis Floyd, 47, has been identified as the homeless man responsible for attacking actress Jamie King while she was in her auto. Floyd is being held on $100,000 bail and is scheduled to appear at the Airport Courthouse on April 6, 2018.

King, who is also mother to two-year-old Leo Thames, looked shaken up as she spoke with police following the incident but appeared uninjured.

According to TMZ, the "Sin City" actress was standing outside of the auto while her friend and son were inside of the vehicle.

Newman then allegedly threw a can at her, striking her in the arm. King herself was not in the vehicle, police said. According to the Daily Mail, a friend of King was in the driver's seat and got out of the vehicle to confront the man in an effort to protect King's young son, who was in the back seat.

King's damaged vehicle was towed away following the incident.

King, 38, is a film and TV actress known for her roles in My Bloody Valentine, Sin City and Pearl Harbor.

Police officers had reportedly received several calls about vehicle vandalism, which included complaints about "kicking and jumping on the vehicles", before they arrived and detained the Floyd.

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