White Lady Screaming And Lying To Police In Viral Video, Fired From Job (Video)


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White Lady Screaming And Lying To Police In Viral Video, Fired From Job

A white woman who was spotted in a video lying to the police, has been fired from her job as a gate attendant after the video went viral.


The white woman who is a gate attendant at a park near Lake Georgetown, was spotted in the video standing right in front of the hood of a car, yelling that the driver is “running over her.” However a representative with the park who confirmed the new development, disclosed that the gate attendant no longer works with the park which is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Chris Hampshire who shared the video on his Facebook page, had written;

This is what happens when you steer down the wrong exit at lake Georgetown. Corrected myself immediately when I saw the sign, backed up and was going out the right exit… this park attendant happened to be outside and told me she was calling the cops over that… I told her she cannot legally hold me here, not an officer nor did I do anything illegal… situation ensued, that’s when I started recording

EDIT- I didn’t wait for the cops, told the park rangers they couldn’t hold me there for no reason… right after the video ended I left while she was screaming bloody murder. A few miles down the road I saw about 15 cop cars with sirens and all blasting past me. (they legitimately thought someone was being ran over) Got pulled over a mile or two after that. Thankfully the cops were calm, after I showed them the video they understood my perspective completely and let me go.

The viral video has gone ahead to garner over 7k comments, 17k shares and 1 million views. Here is the video below;

This is coming few months after it was reported that an assistant district attorney with the Harris County DA’s office was fired for lying on her application, after just days on the job.


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