A white man accused of racism for harassing two groups of black women claims that his autism is to blame
Internet Personality apologizes and accuses his autism after he has been accused of racism for calling the police at a group of black women who use glassware next to the pool and then follow
- Nick Starr-Street is charged with harassment in Hyatsville, MD during the weekend
- The internet personality blamed autism and & # 39; the lack of a benchmark & # 39; for good and evil
- In the first incident, he objected to glassware in the neighborhood of the community pool
- And in the second he followed a few black women from the apartments
A white man accused of harassing two different groups of black women claims that his autism is responsible for his behavior.
Nick Starr-Street has been accused of racism following complications with the women around the communal pool in The Edition apartments in Hyatsville on Saturdays and Sundays.
But Starr-Street, an internet personality, explained: "I'm autistic and don't have a meter that goes anywhere other than 0 and 100. When I see a rent violation, I call it out and do everything to make sure it's resolved. & # 39;
In the first incident, Starr-Street approached a group of women to tell them that they are breaking the rule because & # 39; glassware is not allowed in the pool & # 39 ;.
Nick Starr-Street confronted a group of women in The Edition apartments in Hyatsville on Saturday to object to the use of glassware
The group seemed stunned by Starr-Street & # 39; s break from their afternoon (photo shoot on the phone)
The women seemed to be baffled by Felecia Soso's footage and agreed to remove the glass with a question: & # 39; What else do I need to do to put you at ease? & # 39;
Hyatsville police arrived to talk to the party that later decided to leave the area.
In the Sunday incident, Starr-Street was seen after Gaelle had called Claude and her friend 911 to resist their presence at the pool.
Starr-Street uploaded his own video to YouTube and said that he & # 39; bruised (purple) & # 39; was after one of the women seemed to be pushing his camera.
But the couple made recordings where Star-Street follows them, accusing someone of physically attacking him & # 39 ;.
Claude said they had been well followed for & # 39; near a mile. & # 39;
The Facebook page of Starr-Street says that he is anti-LGBTQ and that he is married to Brian Starr-Street
She said NBC: & # 39; He started calling us names – homophobic, racist – I didn't even know that man was gay. & # 39;
Starr Street told WUSA 9 he was only after the couple because they refused to wait for the police.
Officers told the broadcaster that they were unable to verify criminal behavior, but Claude and Starr-Street said they were planning to submit charges of harassment and assault.
& # 39; I am autistic. I just see right and wrong, & # 39; Starr-Street told the CBS-affiliated network. & # 39; I don't see a race. I don't see gender. I don't see any color. I see nothing of that. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; My sense of good and evil is 0 or 100. I don't care. & # 39;
Starr-Street later posted on Facebook: & # 39; Thank you to the WUSA 9 reporter who stretched out his hand and talked to me about this situation today.
& # 39; I am pleased that his honest and unbiased report has been published and pray that this kind of situation will not happen to others who simply want to be right and wrong, regardless of what / who / how / attackers are.
Starr-Street added: & # 39; To note, a white woman hit an African-American car while we, WUSA9 reporter and I, were talking and I offered to share my information with all parties including DC Metro PD as a witness to the incident. & # 39;
In the Sunday incident, Starr-Street can be seen after the pair of women accusing someone of attacking him while talking to 911
Starr-Street, whose Twitter account has been suspended, was last investigated after he had sent insensitive comments about the mass shots at the Pulse Nightclub in 2016 in Orlando.
The tweet said: & # 39; Seriously @RoxxxyAndrews? Has she not been a star? Where are her people? I thought they were all shot. & # 39;
His Facebook page says he is anti-LGBTQ and he places support for alt-right controversialist Milo Yiannopoulos.
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