Published: Thu, October 18, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Louis woman who blocked a Black man from entering apartment building, fired

Louis woman who blocked a Black man from entering apartment building, fired

The video and her actions led to the woman being fired from her position at a different apartment complex in the city.

Louis said it was "disturbed" by the interaction in the video and confirmed the woman in the video was an employee, CBS affiliate KMOV reports. A white woman walking her dog blocked his path and repeatedly demanded that he show her his keys or tell her his apartment number, to which he responds that he's not obligated to show or tell her anything to enter his own home. She can be seen standing in front of the entrance, refusing to let him in.

The episode was the latest involving people who are white, who are captured on video either confronting or calling the police on people who are black going about their everyday lives, including waiting in Starbucks, working as a home inspector, shopping at Nordstrom Rack, sleeping in an Ivy League dorm common room and barbecuing in a public park. The woman responds that it's her building.

Toles uploaded three video recordings of the encounter on Facebook, noting in the post's caption that the unidentified woman was "insecure" and that she opted to act out "because she [doesn't] feel that I belong". "30 mins later police knock on my door because she called!" he wrote on Facebook.

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After reviewing the video Toles posted, the company released a statement saying she was sacked, and that it will "never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company". "We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company", said Tribeca-STL.

By Monday, Mueller's employer, Tribeca STL, a luxury apartment company, said it made a decision to fire her after seeing the video. "Ma'am, you're not security. No I want to know who you are going to see", she said.

"I've already answered that question", Toles, 24, replies as he continues to try to get in. "Excuse me. ... You're blocking me".

She then said that if he is in fact her neighbor, she wanted to introduce herself.

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Once they approach his door, she changes her tone, saying: "I just want to say hi, what is your name". The video has more than 5.5 million views and has been shared over 113,000 times.

"... Because the camera was pointed at the ground and that's when you hear me say, 'Oh my God, are you serious?' and that's when he says, 'Go ahead, call police, '" she said.

"We only get one life so let's make the most of it & be great, no time for negativity!" he said.

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