The mother and father of a Black teen falsely accused of stealing a white woman's telephone say they dreaded the notion of getting to inform him his race might've been the trigger ... but they did.
The outlet did not identify the woman aside from her age as "she said she has concerns for her safety unrelated to this incident".
The video shows the woman accosting Harrold and her 14-year-old son in the lobby of the Arlo hotel in SoHo shortly after they stepped out of their room to get breakfast. She alleged that the incident caught on tape happened after she demanded to see surveillance video to find the person taking her iPhone. His video, which is about a minute long and has been viewed more than 2 million times, shows a woman demanding a young man show her the phone he's carrying. "She then proceeded to physically attack him and fled the location before police officers arrived on scene".
Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said authorities are looking to "charge this individual with assault and maybe even look at grand larceny or maybe even attempted robbery", according to The New York Post.
Speedy-forward a couple times ... and it truly is apparent the relatives is still rattled by an incident they say was probable fueled by racism.
Posting the video to Instagram, Mr Harrold recalls that the woman: 'scratched me; she tackled and grabbed him'.
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Arlo Hotels posted a statement to Instagram apologizing to Harrold and his son and saying it was investigating the incident and that "more could have been done to de-escalate the dispute".
"Of course, I worry", the woman told CNN on December 29, 2020.
"Trying to allege that she was assaulted by Keyon", Crump said, referring to the renowned trumpeter. "That's not who I am".
The woman stopped responding to the network after initially agreeing to provide evidence that would confirm her claim that she was assaulted, according to the network. "I actually... try very hard to make sure that I am always doing the right thing", she said.
"No Arlo guest - or any person - should be subject to this kind of behavior".
On Wednesday, December 30, Keyon was joined by civil rights attorney Ben Crump and the Rev. Al Sharpton in speaking to the press during a rally near the steps of New York's City Hall. "The idea of trauma goes above any charge that could ever be had". "I want my son to grow up whole".