She got clocked in the head by an ex-con killer at a Jets game — and Tuesday she was hit with assault charges by cops too.
Stunning medical-tech rep Jaclyn Nugent 26 of Boston was arrested for simple assault and disorderly conduct after a post-game brawl at MetLife Stadium in which she was brutally punched by Long Island bartender Kurt Paschke law-enforcement sources told The Post.

Paschke 38 of Holbrook LI was charged with the raps too as well as two of Nugent’s buddies: Amanda MacDowell 25 of Marlborough Mass. and David Sacco 28 of Boston.

“The women were the aggressors’’ a law-enforcement source told The Post.

Another source said MacDowell and Nugent were seen kicking and punching Paschke in the body and head before he struck Nugent. Sacco was then seen hitting Paschke in the face the source said.
All four were set to receive desk-appearance tickets through the mail so they didn’t have to immediately show up in court.

Part of the bloody incident — including where Paschke used Nugent as a punching bag — was caught on shocking videotape which quickly went viral.
The petite blond-haired Nugent can be seen taking a brutal blow from the burly bartender sending her head flying back. She had been chasing him in a rage at the time.

The charges come a day after it was revealed that Paschke the son of a former Suffolk County cop once spent time behind bars for fatally knifing a teen.

Paschke was convicted of criminally negligent homicide and sentenced to nearly four years in prison for killing Henri Ferrer 17 of Bay Shore during a fight outside a Sayville pizzeria in 1992.

Paschke who was 17 at the time was originally charged with murder but ultimately convicted of the lesser charge.