"I was kind of blown away, shocked and like wow", said Toles.
In New York last week, a woman who is white in Brooklyn apologized after video was posted online of her appearing to call New York police to say a 9-year-old boy who is black grabbed her behind.
"I am not mad at her", he continued.
"You can be uncomfortable", Toles said.
"You can be uncomfortable". She has since been fired, according to KMOV.
"If you do [live here], I would like to meet you because you're a neighbor", the woman tells Toles, who then stresses he has no interest. "I would like to know whose friends, and why you are here", Mueller says when Toles asks why she is following her.
It's 2018 and White women, after proving their uselessness in the 2016 election, continue to prove they're the weakest link. Lewis recorded his encounter on Facebook Live when he noticed that a unusual woman was following him.
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He only disclosed living on the fourth floor and she is heard repeatedly saying "no" while trying to stand in from of the open door. "I live here and you are blocking the door". After entering the building, the woman persisted to follow him into the elevator and changed her story to reflect that she wanted to "meet him" since he's a neighbor. "So, I need you to get out my way".
D'arreion Toles was blocked from entering his apartment when he would not show a fellow renter proof of his residency. It noted that the incident did not happen at one of its properties. "Let her live her life", Toles asks.
In footage, which Mr Toles uploaded to Facebook on October 13, the woman is shown blocking the door way and asking Mr Toles which apartment he lives in. "I am not going to go after her legally or anything like that", he said. She told him he was going to call the police. The clips have since amassed more than 10 million views and 145,000 shares.
Meanwhile, by Monday, Mueller's employer, Tribeca STL, a luxury apartment company, said it made a decision to fire her after seeing the video.
After the video went viral, Thornton's employer, Tribeca STL, fired her for racial profiling.
The woman responds that it's her building. "Excuse me, ma'am", Toles said.
"I'm uncomfortable", the woman says.
He added: "At the end of the day, why would she call the police on me? I just walked in and went to my house".
Toles recorded the incident on his phone, then posted it on Facebook.