News anchor Kamie Roesler, who works on WIS-TV in the US, has been arrested on charges of aggravated assault after a row reportedly turned violent.

Kamie, 28, is accused of smashing a bottle over her male friend's head, leaving him with cuts on his face, during a fight over politics.

The Daily Mail reports Kamie was arrested in South Dakota on Sunday following the altercation in an outside area.

The publication says police told them Kamie was sitting with a group of people around 4:30pm when she got into a row over politics with a 32-year-old man.

Sioux Falls Argus Leader reports the argument turned nasty and Kamie hit the man over the head with the bottle and left him with cuts on his face that may have required stitches.

Kamie Roesler

Kamie was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault.

It was also reported the alleged victim refused medical treatment from EMT workers at the location of the incident, but later sought treatment for his injuries elsewhere.

It has been reported the victim and alleged assailant both knew each other.

She works for WIS-TV in the US

Sioux Falls police spokesman Sam Clemens said: “We had a few people that were there and two of them began arguing.

"They’re not in any type of relationship.

"The victim said that it was some type of political argument."

Kamie was arrested and charged with aggravated assault

Kamie joined WIS-TV last September, and previously worked at KSFY-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

A spokesperson for WIS-TV told The State that the station is aware of Kamie's arrest.

Brad Hyatt, news director at the station, declined to comment when the New York Post contacted him.