Subway riders stand on a number 4 train passing through Grand Central station March 25, 2009 in New York City. system passed a proposed overall fare hike to help close a $1.2-billion budget gap. The hike will raise fares to $2.50, from $2.00, for a single ride and $103, from $81, for a 30 day MetroCard. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) Chris Hondros/Getty Images

A Manhattan woman is facing multiple charges after allegedly stabbing a transgender man who offered her a seat on a Harlem subway on Christmas night, the New York Daily News reports.

According to Pix 11, Stephanie Pazmino, 30, allegedly told her cousin in Spanish, “I don’t want to sit next to a black person,” before the attack.

Pazmino then allegedly stabbed the man in his left arm and slashed him in the face with a two-inch knife on the No. 4 train. Pazmino is charged with assault as a hate crime, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon.

Pazmino was reportedly arguing with the victim after he offered her his seat, before turning him down and then sitting next to her cousin. That was when she made the racially charged declaration.

“I got up anyway and said to her that she didn’t have to sit next to me,” the victim, identified by the New York Daily News as 44-year-old Ijan DaVonte Jarrett, said. “I took a seat across from her and just forgot all about it.”

According to the Daily News when Pazmino got up to lave the train, she started punching Jarett. He did not realize he had been stabbed until another person ran in to help.

“I ran to the ticket booth to ask the attendant to call the police, she stated that she did, and that I should sit down. And I passed out after that,” Jarrett said.

Jarrett was taken to the hospital in stable condition.

Read more at the New York Daily News and Pix11.