& # 039; Don & # 039; Do not touch me I'll kill you & # 039;: A white woman tosses a patio sign to Latino neighbors in Indianapolis

Luvia Roman has lived with fear since she and her husband bought a house next to a white neighbor who verbally assaulted them with racist epithets.

Since Miguel Rios and his wife Luvia Román moved to Indianapolis three years ago, the couple has been subjected to racist tantrums led by Vicki New.

The irate neighbor flew into another of his patented rages on Sunday, ripping a sign off the grass in the courtyard and breaking a wooden stick in half before throwing it into Rios' face.

As Roman captured the entire event on his cell phone camera, a homemade security camera also recorded the whole unfortunate event.

Roman posted the viral video on his Facebook account.

& # 39; Do not touch me. I kill you, "he told Rios a new and angry New, 67, who responded by asking the woman to" calm down. "

Luvia Roman has lived with fear since she and her husband bought a house next to a white neighbor who verbally assaulted them with racist epithets.

Luvia Roman has lived with fear since she and her husband bought a house next to a white neighbor who verbally assaulted them with racist epithets.

A security camera installed outside the home of Miguel Ríos and Luvia Roma captured the entire incident in which his neighbor physically assaulted them.

A security camera installed outside the home of Miguel Ríos and Luvia Roma captured the entire incident in which his neighbor physically assaulted them.

A security camera installed outside the home of Miguel Ríos and Luvia Roma captured the entire incident in which his neighbor physically assaulted them.

As Roman told his husband not to do anything, New then reached out to the lawn and removed another "sign that does not pierce", once again broke the wooden stick in half.

This time she threw it in Roman's face, barely loving it.

"She keeps telling us she's going to kill us and we're not sure when that night will come," Rios told NBC affiliate WLWT.

"He threw it to my face and then he broke the other one and then he hit my wife in the face, it's been a living nightmare."

Carl Banks lives on the same street as the Latino couple and, earlier this month, shared on his Facebook page a video of New in a tantrum, calling a person as N-word.

Roman told Univision that all disputes with New and her husband were verbal until the physical confrontation on Sunday.

Another night in my neighborhood was called Nigger. This time you're a sincere camera bitch. Let's make Vicky famous.

Published by Corey Banks on Friday, August 3, 2018

Vicki New issues a death threat to her Latino neighbors in Indianapolis. They bought a house next to yours three years ago

Vicki New issues a death threat to her Latino neighbors in Indianapolis. They bought a house next to yours three years ago

A furious Vicki New expresses her displeasure with her neighbors, Miguel Ríos and Luvia Roman, while attacking them

A furious Vicki New expresses her displeasure with her neighbors, Miguel Ríos and Luvia Roman, while attacking them

Vicki New enters another attack of fury and tells a Latino couple: "I will kill you" after she removes a "non-invasion" sign that the Indianapolis policemen have placed

Luvia Román with her husband Miguel Ríos and her four-year-old daughter

Luvia Román with her husband Miguel Ríos and her four-year-old daughter

Luvia Román with her husband Miguel Ríos and her four-year-old daughter

The police had visited both sides last Thursday after a dispute over the driveway.

While Rios was working on the property last Friday, New came out and started attacking him, an incident that Roman recorded on video but has not yet released.

A policeman arrived on the scene and placed the "no trespassing" signs. While Roman and Ríos were having dinner, the signs were removed and they were not replaced until Sunday.

Roman said she lives in constant fear and believes that there is nothing she and the police department can do.

"We have never done anything to this lady." Roman said. "Before buying and seeing the home, she started trying to attack us because we are Hispanic … When we get out of the way, she starts to tell us to go back to Mexico, the insults are so bad that I can not even tell them in front of my daughter , who is barely four years old.

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