A white woman has been accused of racism after she called the police to investigate a black man whom she saw babysitting two white children at a Walmart.
Corey Lewis from Atlanta says he was in a Walmart parking lot when he was approached by a white woman who asked to check on the children, a 6-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl.
Lewis, naturally, refused to let her speak to the children, so the woman followed him to his house and called 911 to request a welfare on the children.
The video was shot by Lewis, and it shows Cobb County police officer arriving at the home in order to question the children and Lewis.
He told the cop that he’s being followed and harassed, and he explained that he is babysitting the two children.
“She pulled up talking about, are the kids ok? Why wouldn’t they be ok?” – Lewis continued.
The police officer asked to speak with the children himself, and despite Lewis’ protests, the kids got out of the car and told the officer that he is babysitting them.
Lewis than explained to the police officer that he works as a youth mentor, and the cop told him that he is just responding to the 911 call.
It was all settled when the police officer called the children’s parents.
Dana Mango, the mother of the children, says:
“I said are you saying that because there’s an African American male driving my two white kids, that he was stopped and pulled over and questioned and he said I’m sorry ma’am that’s exactly what I’m saying,”
The identity of the white woman who called the 911 remains unclear.