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Shocking video shows the professor of Sacramento and his intoxicated wife in N-word tirades

A shocking video of the professor of Sacramento berating his neighbors next to his drunken wife – who uses a series of racist comments – has sparked outrage shortly after the video surfaced online earlier this week.

Originally posted May 1, in the footage since then, Professor Tim Ford and his wife, Crystal, are caught up in a heated, verbal exchange with their downstairs neighbor, Mikaela Cobb, and her boyfriend.

According to Cobb, the argument was raised after Crystal Ford came to the couple’s window to complain about the smell of “bacon fat” reportedly coming from her apartment, but the procedure quickly took a nasty turn.

Crystal, who appears to be heavily intoxicated, is repeatedly heard using the N word to Cobb and her boyfriend during the clip, calling Cobb a “b ****” and being taken off the camera.

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Originally posted May 1, in the footage since then deleted, Professor Tim Ford and his wife, Crystal, (above) are caught up in a heated, verbal exchange with their downstairs neighbor, Mikaela Cobb, and her boyfriend

According to Mikaela Cobb, the argument started after Crystal Ford came to the couple's window to complain about the smell of bacon fat allegedly coming from her apartment.

According to Mikaela Cobb, the argument started after Crystal Ford came to the couple's window to complain about the smell of bacon fat allegedly coming from her apartment.

According to Mikaela Cobb, the argument started after Crystal Ford came to the couple’s window to complain about the smell of ‘bacon fat’ reportedly coming from her apartment.

“You look like you’re going in and out now,” Cobb’s partner tells Crystal. “Are you 100 percent here with me now?”

Waving on the spot and speaking in unclear tongues, Crystal replies, “Yes, I am 100 percent with you, I see you. I see you b ****. I see you, n ***** ’.

Cobb and her partner respond by calmly calling Crystal “ridiculous” and assuring her and Tim Ford that they are doing nothing to justify the vitriol.

Speaking about his wife’s repeated use of racist comments, Tim Ford replies with a beer in his hand, “I’m a professor in Sac State, dude. I have a Ph.D. I don’t have to do with such things.

Crystal, held with her jaw that seems to squirm, intervenes that she “has a master” and that Cobb can “f *** off” before she walks over to her window and pushes the screen.

“Your house stinks,” she shouts, as Cobb slides a glass panel over the window. “Your house stinks. It hurts, “Crystal continues to protest, gesturing strangely with twisted arms.

Tim Ford then throws the can of beer he was holding and its contents at Cobb’s window before dragging Crystal out of the frame.

In her original post on Facebook, Cobb said the couple are their upstairs neighbors trying to fight them almost every day, recently bringing down the arguments.

Tim Ford saw screaming

Tim Ford saw screaming

Crystal, who appears to be heavily drunk, is repeatedly heard using the N word to Cobb and her boyfriend, calls her a ‘b ****’ and is seen flipping off the camera

Crystal, jammed and gnawing, interrupts that she “has a master” and that Cobb can “f *** off” before walking to her window and pushing the screen

“This is what I’m dealing with while I’m in quarantine!” Mikaela Cobb said in the post. “Racist comments are being made, I can’t even agree [be] in peace in my own home.

“Guys, she was crazy, it smelled like bacon fat !? Like I can’t eat !? Cobb wrote, adding that the apartment complex has sent multiple messages to the Fords, although no further action has been taken yet.

Speak with the State Hornet, Cobb’s mom, Chrissy Cobb, said her daughter also has a video of the Fords pouring beer from their balcony into their apartment.

The original video was removed, but has since been restored online and viewed thousands of times. In response to subsequent consequences, Tim Ford made a statement through his lawyer.

“Although we have had difficulties with this neighbor, this particular confrontation got out of hand,” said Ford’s statement. “My wife used a language that was unacceptable and does NOT represent my way of thinking.

The professor said his wife went to a hospital on Friday for alcohol and drug abuse.

“She acknowledges and regrets the pain and anger she has caused,” he added, adding that he hopes Cobb and her boyfriend will accept their “heartfelt apology.”

Ford’s statement followed a statement by Robert S. Nelsen, President of the State of Sacramento, who said the incident was “very disturbing.”

The original video was removed, but has since been restored online and viewed thousands of times. In response to subsequent consequences, Tim Ford made a statement through his lawyer

The original video was removed, but has since been restored online and viewed thousands of times. In response to subsequent consequences, Tim Ford made a statement through his lawyer

The original video was removed, but has since been restored online and viewed thousands of times. In response to subsequent consequences, Tim Ford made a statement through his lawyer

The professor said his wife went to a hospital on Friday for alcohol and drug abuse

The professor said his wife went to a hospital on Friday for alcohol and drug abuse

The professor said his wife went to a hospital on Friday for alcohol and drug abuse

Cobb has since moved from the apartment complex with her boyfriend. “Officially moved to our new place,” she celebrated on social media. “I posted my neighbors video to show my friends and family what I’ve been going through for months in a moment when I’m tired of the situation

“I am deeply offended by the language in the video. Racial swear words are revolting and unacceptable, “Nelsen said in a written statement on Facebook. “Personally, I’m incredibly upset by the content of the video and the damaging impact it has on our campus community.

Nelsen said the school strives to be inclusive, and “we absolutely do not tolerate this type of language or behavior.”

He added that the university would not publicly tackle this ‘unfortunate and unacceptable incident’ again, which the school sees as a staff affair.

Ford’s statement followed a statement by Robert S. Nelsen, President of the State of Sacramento, who said the incident was “very disturbing.”

“We must embrace and honor our diversity. We need to be strong together, “Nelsen said in his statement. “We must remain a caring university, committed to eradicating bigotry, racism and intolerance.”

On Reddit, Matthew Clare, head of the economy, said Ford was still in class on Thursday and the incident was not mentioned.

Another student wrote on Twitter: “I’m so embarrassed that I really liked him [Ford] before that, but this behavior is inappropriate and he should have called his wife for it. While he may not have said it, he married someone who doesn’t see a problem with it and that’s the problem. ‘

A petition from a Sac State student titled #FireTimFord started circulating on Friday morning and had collected over 500 signatures as of Sunday.

The petition says that because Sac State has a large number of minority students, cultivating an environment free from racial prejudice and discrimination is important.

“In order for students to feel exempt from classroom intolerance, professors who have shown a blatant bias against minorities, both on and off campus, should be fired from the job at Sac State,” the petition’s description states. .

A petition from a Sac State student titled #FireTimFord started circulating on Friday morning and had collected over 500 signatures as of Sunday

A petition from a Sac State student titled #FireTimFord started circulating on Friday morning and had collected over 500 signatures as of Sunday

A petition from a Sac State student titled #FireTimFord started circulating on Friday morning and had collected over 500 signatures as of Sunday

The State Hornet reported that an email from the Division of Inclusive Excellence on Friday revealed that a virtual city hall will be held on May 19 to address the video.

“The President and his cabinet understand that the Hornet community has many questions about what actions can and will be taken to respond to racial prejudice experienced by many in our community,” it said.

At the meeting, participants will discuss the process by which the campus responds to human resources and what actions the institution can take in response to the larger problems of racial bias, the email said.

Tim Ford apologizes to everyone in Sac State, the friends and family of the couple and the surrounding community, and he promised “something like this will never happen again.”

“I’d like to sit down with her to rectify the situation,” said Ford.

Cobb has since moved from the apartment complex with her boyfriend.

“Officially moved to our new place,” she celebrated on social media. “I posted my neighbors video to show my friends and family what I’ve been going through for months in a moment when I’m tired of the situation.

“This has continued since they moved in. I have numerous videos, emails to my complex, and messages from other renters who have dealt with it. I will not post the other videos. I made the viral video private, I am about the situation.

“After all this, I hope the fords change their actions and get help when needed … I can finally relax in my own home !!!!!!!!!”

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