The black nurse shares the message on the front door of her house claiming that she has been racially abused by neighbors for years
Black nurse shares heartbreaking message on the front door of her home, alleging that she was racially abused for years by white neighbors who ‘brought the torch to her house’ at three in the morning and threatened to ‘erase’ her
- Jennifer, a single mother from New York, claimed to have suffered racist harassment since moving to the house when she was pregnant
- The nurse says her neighbors are walking around her property with weapons, throwing feces and dead squirrels over her fence and saying ‘go back to where you came from’
- Jennifer says she is afraid of her life in her own house
A black nurse has shared a heartbreaking message on her front door revealing years of alleged racial harassment from her neighbors.
Jennifer, a single mother, wrote that a torch had been brought to her house, that droppings had been thrown at her property and that her neighbors had “erased” her.
She said this has been the case since she bought the New York home and even won a $ 5,000 judgment from a video she took of the abuse.
“They’re now planting dead squirrels on my property and telling me to go back to where I came from.” Jennifer wrote.
Jennifer, a single mother, wrote that a torch had been brought to her house, that droppings had been thrown at her property and that her neighbors had ‘obliterated’ her
Jennifer wrote: “They are now planting dead squirrels on my property and have told me to go back to where I am from”
“They spit their friend on my property and it was recorded. A flashlight was brought to my house at three in the morning, ”she continued.
Jennifer said the neighbors even threatened to “erase” her and lose her and her camera.
“They’re walking around with guns in the back, and it’s been recorded. The police said I have to take damage to arrest them.
“I live in fear of my home life. You hear prayers from my house. I apologize for the noise. Thank you.’
Jennifer has set up a fundraising website to help install a new security camera.
The page reads, “Please help out on a security system on behalf of Jennifer and her daughter, Immaculate. They have been subjected to intimidation by her neighbor.
Jennifer wrote, “They are walking in the back with guns and it was recorded. The police said I have to take damage to arrest them. ‘
The neighbors mentioned have called the village to complain about countless “violations” on its property that have cost her thousands.
A protest called “I’m Standing With Jennifer” will take place in front of Jennifer’s house on July 16 at 6:00 PM.
With this said, she has not been able to afford a good security system to protect her and her daughter. All donations are appreciated. Follow @standwithjennifer for updates and protest to follow. ‘
A protest called “I’m Standing With Jennifer” will take place in front of Jennifer’s home on July 16 at 6:00 PM.
Jennifer spoke with several other activists outside her home and shared a video on the Instagram page where she talked to several people about what she went through.
The mother said she was pregnant when she first moved home and asked the neighbors to give her some time to redo the property, which was not in good condition.
However, Jennifer said her neighbors kept complaining because they wanted her to cut down the trees on her property and fix the windows.
She did so later and placed a fence in the yard, so the neighbors called her to the police because they did not want a fence placed.
Jennifer was forced to go to court just a month after giving birth, saying the court “felt sorry for her.”
Jennifer has also received support from a black motorcycle club called Triple X MC
Locals wishing Jennifer the best and providing support after she posted the heartbreaking message
She added that the same neighbors had also harassed the previous tenant of the property and forced her to leave.
She also said that despite her report that the neighbors threw human and dog poo in her yard, the police officers told her it was “not a violent crime” so they couldn’t help it.
An image shared on Twitter shortly after Jennifer’s post was shared showed a man watching over her house trying to protect her and her daughter.
She also received support from a black motorcycle club called Triple X MC.