Accused NYC subway shover Theodore Ellis told cops he was drinking, didn’t mean to push victim

The sicko who allegedly pushed a woman onto Bronx subway tracks told cops he was drinking at the time and didn’t mean to commit the disturbing crime, according to court documents.

The comments by Theodore Ellis, 31, were revealed in a criminal complaint against him that was made public after his Wednesday arraignment at Bronx Criminal Court, where he was ordered held on $150,000 cash bail.

Ellis has been charged with attempted murder, assault, attempted assault and reckless endangerment for allegedly pushing a 52-year-old woman onto the roadbed at the Jackson Avenue station in Melrose on Sunday afternoon.

The woman suffered a broken collarbone, dislocated shoulder

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