A GoFundMe has begun. "We can’t afford a lawyer,“ the teen's mother said.
In an exclusive interview, the Black teen who refused to give his Citi Bike bike to Sarah Jane Comrie and his family spoke out about the viral incident that they said has left them fearful for their lives.
Even with video evidence of manipulative and racist behavior, “Citi Bike Karen” is still being called a victim, showing how white people like her always get the benefit of the doubt.
Sarah Jane Comrie, the "Citi Bike Karen" who fake cried for help from a group of young Black men, reminds us Carolyn Bryant Donham, who accused Emmett Till and got him lynched.
A white woman shown on video appearing to try to steal a Citi Bike from a Black male was identified on social media as Sarah Jane Comrie.
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