Woman who stopped black man from entering his own luxury apartment fired

Woman who stopped black man from entering his own luxury apartment fired

A white female lost her job after she attempted to stop a black male from entering his own luxury apartment in St Louis, USA. She accused the man of not belonging in the building and called the police even after he eventually entered his apartment.

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D'Arreion Toles was heading home from work before a neighbour of his, Hilary Brooke Thornton, blocked him from entering his apartment building.

D'Arreion shared videos on social media that showed how Hilary physically prevented him from entering the building. The videos sparked an outcry and the woman was accused of racism. She was fired from her job as realtor as a result.

The young man shared his story on how Hilary lives in the same building as him but demanded that he prove he lives there. She initially accused him of pushing his way into the building somehow.

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After refusing to answer her many questions, D'Arreion entered the building's elevator and Hilary followed him to make sure he does indeed live in the building.

She followed him to his apartment and after a while, the cops came knocking.

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According to a report by DailyMail, the video has received more than 4 million views and has been shared over 120,000 times.

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