Weeks after the incident, Brown shared an update saying the White woman has been charged with “misdemeanor assault on charge on a child under 12.” She added they went to court on July 30 and the accused White woman requested a public defender. Brown said their next court date is August 20.
Brown also said she was unaware someone was filming the altercation. But the White woman claimed she had attacked her when the police officer arrived at the scene, and the officer initially started to believe the accused woman “based on the way” they looked. The video footage of the confrontation, however, ended up vindicating Brown.
Brown also revealed the woman who filmed the video actually took it because “there’s been issues where people on the HOA (Home Owners Association) pool committee…that single out children who aren’t white.” “It just is what it is. Because this day, she let two white boys in in front of my kids but told my kids they had to wait outside,” she added.
But after the video went viral and the White woman was charged, she said the woman as well as other members of the Home Owners Association have been harassing her landlord and spreading lies about her and her children. She, however, said she’s not perturbed and wants the woman prosecuted.
“I don’t care if my children are the devils themselves,” she said. “You don’t have the right to put your hands on nobody, let alone a child.”
The mother also explained she decided to call the police because the White woman would have likely done the same – and probably worse – if she had put her hands on her “like she wanted me to.”
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