LA County “Karen” With History Of Making False Complaints, Harasses Latino Cop With Bizarre Murder Accusation

A black motorist was caught on video harassing a Latino LA County sheriff’s deputy who pulled her over for using her cellphone while driving in San Dimas, California.

The woman began by playing the victim as soon as she was pulled over to say she was going 38 and that the speed limit is 40 and accused the sheriff deputy of harassing her.

The LA County sheriff said she was correct about the speed she was going and continued to explain why he pulled her over.

“Because you’re a murderer,” the woman answered to the officer, “I started to record because you’re a murderer.”

“You can’t be on your cell phone while you’re driving,” the deputy stated.

The woman then claimed how she wasn’t on her phone but she was recording the officer because he scared her.

Throughout the video, the woman is heard telling the deputy, “You’re always going to be a Mexican. You’ll never be white, you know that, right?”

“You’ll never be white, which is what you really want to be,” she stated after signing a citation. “You want to be white.”

The bodycam footage from the traffic stop has now made its way into the sheriff’s department for an investigation.

“The incident happened when a sheriff’s deputy pulled over a white Mercedes-Benz after deputies say they spotted the driver on her cellphone,” ABC7 reported.

“The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department is in the midst of rolling out bodycams to all its deputies, but the deputy in the video hasn’t received one and is using a personal bodycam,” the outlet also found.

The supervisor of the deputy arrived on scene moments later to help with the situation as the woman continued with her racist insults.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva says he’s seen the video and is defending the deputy’s actions.

“This Deputy exemplifies the core values of our Department, his demeanor during this traffic stop is just an example of professionalism and patience our @LASDHQ Deputies have,” he tweeted.

Bill Melugin of FOX LA reported, “LASD tells me the woman called them after this traffic stop to file a harassment complaint against the deputy with internal affairs. San Dimas station doesn’t have official bodycams yet, the deputy tells me he invested in his own personal cam to protect himself on the job.”

Melugin also reported, “LASD also tells me the woman has a history of making false complaints against deputies. I’ve learned what her name is, and she has been a professor at schools in the LA area, but at this time, I will not be identifying her because she has not returned any of my calls or emails.”

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