Georgia woman calls police on black man baby-sitting 2 white kids “In 2018, prejudiced people exist. We are still being judged, we are still being discriminated against,” said the baby sitter.
Corey Lewis said that a white woman followed him and called the police on him while he was babysitting two white kids. Corey Lewis via Facebook Corey Lewis, a black man…
A white woman reportedly called the cops on a black man she saw babysitting two white children at a Georgia Walmart. Corey Lewis, who runs a youth-mentoring program in Atlanta, used Facebook Live
Oct 11, 2018 · Georgia woman calls police on black man baby-sitting 2 white kids A Georgia woman has been accused of racial profiling after she called the police on an African-American man who was baby-sitting two white children.
A Georgia woman has been accused of racial profiling after she called the police on an African-American man who was baby-sitting two white children. Corey Lewis, the baby sitter, accuses the woman of following and harassing him for the better part of an hour on Sunday afternoon in Marietta, Georgia.
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A Georgia man is outraged after he says he was stalked and harassed by a random white woman who dialed police on him as he was babysitting two children.
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — A white woman who spotted a black man babysitting two white children called police and then followed them home in Georgia.
A white woman called the police on a black man as he was babysitting two white children in Georgia. Corey Lewis first noticed the woman while walking the two children across a Walmart parking lot
Youth leader Corey Lewis, who is black, was baby-sitting two white children in Marietta, Ga., when he says a white woman confronted him, followed him home and called police to check on the kids.
A woman followed Corey Lewis and the children out of a Walmart parking lot, to a gas station, then to his home, where Lewis was questioned by a Cobb County police officer.
A Georgia woman called the cops after seeing a black man with two white kids. Corey Lewis was just babysitting, but that didn’t protect him from being followed, harassed and, ultimately, questioned by the police, all just because a white woman saw him and assumed he was up to no good.
It’s a case of babysitting while black. A white woman called the police on a black man as he babysat two white children. Corey Lewis documented the entire ordeal on Facebook Live.
A black youth mentor who was babysitting the children of white family friends was questioned by Georgia police this weekend after a white woman called 911 after seeing him with the kids.