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Glee’s Amber Riley says a Donald Trump supporter ‘spat’ on her car

Amber Riley has claimed that a Donald Trump supporter ‘spat’ on her car.

The former Glee star was trying to park her car when an ‘older white man’ wearing a MAGA cap ‘jumped out’ in front of her and decided to ‘punish’ her.

“What does it mean to be a Trump supporter?” the 34-year-old singer / actress asked her Instagram followers about her story. “Because I just pulled into a parking lot and this older white guy in a Trump hat decided to jump in front of my f ****** car.”

Total Harassment: Amber Riley says she was harassed and spat at my husband wearing one of President Trump's Make America Great Again hats while just driving through a parking lot. Amber can be seen above in 2017

Total Harassment: Amber Riley says she was harassed and spat at my husband wearing one of President Trump’s Make America Great Again hats while just driving through a parking lot. Amber can be seen above in 2017

‘[He took] took off his Trump cap, used it as a sort of badge telling me to stop, pointing to the Trump supporter part of his hat … when I thought “whatever, go on” … this mom * ***** further spat my car.

‘In 2020 he saw a black woman, decided he would try to punish me and the mother decided to spit on my car.’

Speechless by the shocking incident, the actress admitted she’s tired of being ‘nice’, especially since she doesn’t care which political parties people support.

She continued, “I really don’t have the words for this. I can ignore your racist bulls ** t, but when it comes to sexual assault, this isn’t a game.

‘I’m done being nice. I don’t care who you support, I care about the way you try to make people feel.

‘I care about attacking people, I care about trying to make people feel less than.

“I care that you keep your hands to yourself, I care that you keep your comments to yourself, and I care that you keep your bodily fluids to yourself.”

Not at all desirable: ''[He took] took off his Trump cap, used it as some sort of badge telling me to stop, pointing to the Trump supporter part of his hat, when I thought "whatever, keep going"¿This mom ****** spat on my car '

Not at all desirable: ''[He took] took off his Trump cap, used it as some sort of badge telling me to stop, pointing to the Trump supporter part of his hat, when I thought "whatever, keep going"¿This mom ****** spat on my car '

Not at all desirable: ”[He took] took off his Trump cap, used it as a sort of badge telling me to stop, pointing to the Trump supporter part of his hat … when I thought “whatever, go on” … this mom * ***** continued to spit my car ‘

Speechless: She continued, “I really don't have the words for this. I can ignore your racist bulls ** t, but when it comes to assault this ain't a game '

Speechless: She continued, “I really don't have the words for this. I can ignore your racist bulls ** t, but when it comes to assault this ain't a game '

Speechless: She continued, “I really don’t have the words for this. I can ignore your racist bulls ** t, but when it comes to assault this ain’t a game ‘

While the situation was clearly troubling for Amber, it only pushed her to speak up more about injustice.

Riley recently teamed up with the Black Women Lead group to protest the criminalization of the mentally ill on Monday.

Amber and the organization were able to rally enough activists to shut down LA’s busy Sunset Boulevard while demanding justice for people with mental health issues who were wrongly incarcerated.

The demonstration pleaded on behalf of several specific cases, such as Saraya Rees, a 15-year-old teenager who was arrested after a mental health breakdown, and Matthew Rushin, a 22-year-old autistic man who was sentenced to 50 years a non-lethal, unintentional car accident.

Challenging the Unfair System: Riley recently teamed up with Black Women Lead group to protest Monday's criminalization of the mentally ill

Challenging the Unfair System: Riley recently teamed up with Black Women Lead group to protest Monday's criminalization of the mentally ill

Challenging the Unfair System: Riley recently teamed up with Black Women Lead group to protest Monday’s criminalization of the mentally ill

Fight: The demonstration pleaded on behalf of several specific cases, such as Saraya Rees, a 15-year-old teenager who was arrested after a mental health breakdown, and Matthew Rushin, a 22-year-old autistic man who was sentenced to 50 years after a failure -fatal, unintentional car accident

Fight: The demonstration pleaded on behalf of several specific cases, such as Saraya Rees, a 15-year-old teenager who was arrested after a mental health breakdown, and Matthew Rushin, a 22-year-old autistic man who was sentenced to 50 years after a failure -fatal, unintentional car accident

Fight: The demonstration pleaded on behalf of several specific cases, such as Saraya Rees, a 15-year-old teenager who was arrested after a mental health breakdown, and Matthew Rushin, a 22-year-old autistic man who was sentenced to 50 years after a failure -fatal, unintentional car accident

Riley shared the experience on Instagram: 'The proudest moments in my life are when I can use my voice (speaking or not) to help. Thank you for entrusting us with the stories of Saraya and Matthew '

Riley shared the experience on Instagram: 'The proudest moments in my life are when I can use my voice (speaking or not) to help. Thank you for entrusting us with the stories of Saraya and Matthew '

Riley shared the experience on Instagram: ‘The proudest moments in my life are when I can use my voice (speaking or not) to help. Thank you for entrusting us with the stories of Saraya and Matthew ‘

Riley shared the experience on Instagram: ‘Led by @black_womenlead, we closed Sunset Blvd yesterday in protest against the criminalization of the mentally ill.

‘The proudest moments in my life are the times when I can use my voice (speaking or not) to help. Thank you for entrusting us with the stories of Saraya and Matthew. Follow @black_womenlead @ justice4saraya and @ justice4matthewrushin! Read their stories and participate in the action points. I love you all!’

Learn more about getting involved with Black women lead and their calls to action can be found through their Instagram.

Leaders: More information on Black Women Lead engagement and their calls to action can be found on their Instagram

Leaders: More information on Black Women Lead engagement and their calls to action can be found on their Instagram

Leaders: More information on Black Women Lead engagement and their calls to action can be found on their Instagram

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