In my previous post on Stephanie Sebby-Strempel she had been arrested on what appeared to be trumped-up charges.
She had ordered a group of black teens to leave a community pool. The blacks, presumably unarmed since the press never leaves “unarmed” out of any story involving black teens, claimed she assaulted one of them.
Then the police, who presumably were armed, arrested Stephanie. The police officers, possibly of the affirmative action variety, claimed she hit and bit them.
The official story seems implausible and isn’t backed up by the viral video taken at the pool.
Skincare company Rodan + Fields has fired one of its salespeople — dubbed #PoolPatrolPaula — after a video of the woman harassing a group of black teens at a community pool went viral.