Racist woman filmed stopping black trying to get into his own apartment


"To Be A Black man in America, & Come home, Women tries to stop me from coming into my building because she feels insecure", Toles wrote in the social media post.

Cellphone footage captured the confrontation between the two tenants showing the woman stopping a man from entering his downtown loft and demanding proof he lived there.

D'Arreion Nuriyah Toles posted several videos of his exchange with the woman to Facebook around 1 a.m. Saturday.

In multiple posts after the incident, Toles has asked the public to leave the woman alone: "don't bash the women just send her positive waves of energy, and let's be great people this our world & this message is to everyone of all ages/ races/ colors/!"

"I don't need to tell you that", he shoots back, "what unit do you live in?"

In the video, the woman is seen following Toles to the front door of his loft.

"The Tribeca-STL family is a minority-owned company that consists of employees and residents from many racial backgrounds", the company said in a statement.

"OK, I don't like the fact that you're blocking for where I paid to live at", he replies. "We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company", said Tribeca-STL.

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"Into my building", the woman responded. "I need you to move out of my way, please".

When he refused to tell her his unit number, Toles was followed all the way to his door. After he proceeds to the elevator, she accuses him of pushing his way into the building where he resides.

"The video speaks for itself", Toles said.

"I live here too", Toles said.

"As a record I just want to say, 'Hi, what is your name?'" she begins to say before Toles cuts her off. The woman stood behind Toles while he opened the door to his apartment and even then, he had to dismiss her again. "That's your discretion. You are uncomfortable because of you", Toles responded.

"Ma'am, you're not security, you're not the property manager, you're not (inaudible)", Toles tells the woman, who says, "OK, but I live here". "If I did not have my camera out, I feel it could have gone a totally different way".

"I am not mad at her", he continued.

He said police arrived at his apartment about 30 minutes after he entered his apartment, but they left without giving anyone a citation.