White Woman Calls 911, Says Black Boy Groped Her

White Woman Calls 911, Says Black Boy Groped Her

White Woman Calls 911, Says Black Boy Groped Her

The recording captures the events that took place in Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood after the woman initially called out the unidentified child at a local bodega and then proceeded to call the cops.

Littlejohn labelled Klein "Cornerstore Caroline", the latest variation on a trend of nicknaming white woman who have gone viral for calling 911 on black people. Now she is claiming she may have been mistaken. "I was just sexually assaulted by a child". "[The customer] started yelling, 'Miss, you need to watch your son, he just grabbed my ass.' It was kind of amusing at first, but then she was saying, 'I will call the cops'".

A woman who accused a nine-year-old black boy of groping her has been caught out by CCTV footage showing this not to be the case. On Friday, Pix11 journalist Andrew Ramos tweeted a surveillance video from the store, depicting the boy walking by the woman unaware of her presence, with both his hands in plain view. "It's not the first time I've been grabbed in the a** by a kid", claimed Klein.

The episode began Wednesday when Klein appeared to be calling the police on cellphone video captured by a Brooklynite who posted it to Facebook with the message, "Make this go viral".

"The son grabbed my ass", Klein can be heard saying in the video.

Spectators outside the Sahara Deli Market tried to console the mother and the two crying children dressed in green and khaki uniforms. He now questions if Klein ever made a call and if she understands the gravity of her accusations.

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"I did not say that, if I did say that I would be surprised", she said.

She gets the attention of the boy's mother and is seen yelling out the door before the boy's mother comes back in. I'm more than happy to submit the security tapes for evidence'.

The woman told PIX11 that she did not see the security footage immediately following her police call but later saw it on MSNBC's Shaun King's Instagram. After The Post tracked Klien down to show her the surveillance video, she called police on the publication.

"So insincere", said Jason LittleJohn. "As you can see the kid is crying, and the mom is upset".

"Young man.I don't know your name but I'm sorry", Klein said to a reporter after viewing the footage. It also appears that Klein simply threatened to call the police but didn't actually do so according to a report from News 12 Brooklyn.

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