A woman in Blue Ash, Ohio recently discovered that she is not, in fact living in California. After demanding her groceries be given to her for free as “reparations” for slavery that she did not endure, the entitled woman attempted to harass security and was given her “reparations” another way.
After becoming aggressive with store management, security stepped in to attempt to defuse the situation. When the disgruntled Karen (her name is actually Karen) couldn’t get satisfaction from security, she forced her way into the office. What happened next was a “keep the change” moment. She kept yelling, she kept advancing, and when Ivery became belligerent about the situation, this is what happened:
Ohio Woman demands her bill at Target is paid via 'Reparations' chases manager, gets punched in the face instead 😭 pic.twitter.com/w1CM3uiVCn
— Detect Fights 💕 (@detectfights) April 11, 2023
Fox News Digital, describing the events in the video, said:
According to the police report, Ivery asked the Target cashier to speak with a manager when checking out her groceries, bringing up reparations several times during their encounter. When the manager arrived, Ivery asked for reparations before becoming angry and walking “aggressively” toward the manager.
[…]Zach Cotter, a 28-year-old loss prevention officer, then approached Ivery to try to defuse the situation, asking the irate customer to calm down and leave the store. But the loss prevention officer’s intervention only led to Ivery becoming more angry, with the screaming customer allegedly following Cotter to his office.
When Cotter tried to shut the door to his office behind him, Ivery followed and forced her way in, resulting in the loss prevention officer throwing a punch that landed squarely on the customer’s face, according to a report and video of the incident.
Thankfully there was plenty of video footage, both from the police body cam and in the security office that showed the security person was simply defending himself. Unfortunately for Ivery, it also clearly displays how unhinged her requests were.
Then, when the cops showed up, she was uncooperative. In the words of the police report: “Ivery was confrontational with officers on the scene and didn’t want to explain her actions.” Not only that, but she then started comparing her situation to that of Rosa Parks. Then, continuing, she tried to put a pro-social gloss on what she did, saying that she was making her demands “so we could have a larger conversation about how money works, and how the provision works, and how it’s been working in our community in a very wrong way.”
That bold gambit didn’t pay off. She was sentenced to one day in jail and ordered to pay a fine. It has not yet been reported if the security guard plans to sue her over the incident.
In America, when you can’t pay your bill, you don’t get groceries. There are no handouts unless you are homeless in California. Our deluded heroin discovered the hard way that if you are in southwest Ohio and you expect reparations, you are likely to get asked politely to leave, and if you don’t, you might get a backhand from store security.
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