An audacious white woman accused a young Black man of swiping her cellphone as they shopped in a store at California Mall, and of course, the accused caught the disgusting incident on video.
The woman, now known as “Spencer’s Karen,” falsely accused a man named Kinley of stealing her phone after she “misplaced” it inside Spencer’s at Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights, California– roughly 16 miles east of Sacramento.
A TikTok video uploaded by Kinley’s wife detailed the interaction as it happened. His spouse, who is white, asked a store employee to call the Karen’s phone because she assumed Kinley turned the phone off to avoid detection.
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“Can you call it,” Kinley’s wife asked the employee. “Because she won’t let us call it.”
“Yeah, that’s fine,” the Spencer’s clerk responded.
“What’s your phone number,” he asked the woman.,
Reluctantly, she began to give the clerk the phone number while looking at Kinley, and then she stopped abruptly to spew more racist assumptions.
“9-1-6…Well, he could’ve turned off the ringer.”
Kinley’s wife had had enough. She blew up at the Karen, saying, “Oh my God! What, do you want him to get f*****g naked, lady?”
The employee interjected, “Ok, guys. Let’s try to stay calm and cool.”
The trifling Karen pleaded with Kinsley to return her phone. He even emptied his pockets and agreed to be patted down to prove to her that he was innocent.
“I just stuck it right here, you walked right behind me, and you took it,” the Karen continued.
The Spencer’s employee finally gave the annoying woman his phone, so she could dial the number without inadvertently giving it to the man she accused of jacking it.
As she dialed the number, Kinsley’s wife asked, “Is it in your purse, ma’am?”
The phone rang as she discovered it in the bottom of her purse, and the Karen began to apologize.
“I am sorry. I apologize.”
“F**k off,” Kinley’s wife said. “No, you’re not.”
The video has garnered over 269,000 likes and almost 11,000 comments.
In the comments, Kinsley’s wife said, “I didn’t want to catch a case.”
One person wrote, “She knew her phone was in her purse the entire time.”
Another person pointed that the woman confronted them, and Kinsley’s wife revealed that she was “shaking with anger.”
The trifling woman hasn’t been identified.