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Black Lives Matter co-founder tearfully claims she was harassed by Candace Owens at her home, but new video appears to tell a different story
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Black Lives Matter co-founder tearfully claims she was harassed by Candace Owens at her home, but new video appears to tell a different story

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors posted a tearful video on Instagram claiming that Candace Owens harassed her at her home. However, Owens refuted the complaint and provided a video that seemingly tells a different story.

Cullors posted a 7-minute video on Instagram where she claimed, "Right-wing pundits and media are attacking and harassing me and my family."

“This morning I woke up to Candace Owens being outside of my house with a news crew," the BLM leader alleged. "She was demanding that I come outside… she was actually asking about the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation property,” Cullors said on Instagram last week. “It seems like she thought my house was that. It’s unacceptable and it’s dangerous for anybody, any stranger, to come outside of my house.”

Cullors broke down crying during the video.

“I really need my family to be safe. I need to be safe. I need my child to be safe, and what happened this morning is not safety," Cullors alleged.

"While she is black, she is advancing a right-wing agenda," Cullors said. "She is dangerous, and her followers are dangerous."

"We have to see what the f*** they are doing," Cullors declared. "And we must challenge it. The backlash against our movement is impacting people and their livelihood. I won’t accept it, and we won’t accept it."

(WARNING: Explicit language)

Owens admits that she did visit the BLM co-founder's $1.4 million home in the predominantly white town of Topanga Canyon, California. However, Owens repudiates the accusation that she harassed Cullors, and believes her video is proof.

Owens is allegedly making a documentary about the finances of Black Lives Matter, which will be released on May 23. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation reportedly raked in a whopping $90 million in donations in 2020.

Owens brought a film crew with her to the residence of the BLM activist.

The video shows Owens politely saying, "We’re not trying to harass you. We’ll gladly leave. We’re just wondering if we can speak to anybody?"

The conservative firebrand accused Cullors of crying "crocodile tears."

Owens wrote on Twitter, "Remember she fake cried and said I harassed her? LIAR."

Ownes asked, "Remember last week when she hopped on Instagram and LIED, claiming that she was unsafe and scared because I 'demanded' to see her?"

"I simply showed up, spoke to a white security guard accompanied by a white dog THROUGH the gate—and then volunteered to leave because he wasn't responding to my questions at all," she continued. "Patrisse Cullors is an absolute fraud."

"Patrisse is pretending to be scared because she knows that this Black Lives Matter lie is falling apart. And she doesn’t know what to do,” Owens said on Instagram. "What you are seeing right now is the face of a woman who is pretending she's afraid of right-wing pundits when in reality, she’s being exposed as a fraud… took millions of dollars to fund herself, to fund her lifestyle, to fund her girlfriend and to buy million-dollar mansions in neighborhoods where no black people live."

Patrisse Khan-Cullors reportedly went on a "real estate-buying binge, snagging four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the U.S. alone" in a 5-year period.

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Paul Sacca

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