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Racist Driver Yells N-Word At Black Woman, Then Slams On Brakes In Attempt To Make Her Crash


Racist Driver Yells N-Word At Black Woman, Then Slams On Brakes In Attempt To Make Her Crash

A racist driver was caught on video repeatedly yelling the N-word at a black motorist and then deliberately slamming on his breaks in an attempt to make the driver crash into the back of his truck.

Jessica Fontenot took to social media on Sunday to share her account of the racist attack in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

“So this is how my Sunday is going,” she wrote on her Instagram account. “Never called this man out his name never got angry with this man at all! I just left the graveyard to visit my grandfather, I am at the red light (making a left turn onto highway 14) this man is already entirely too close to the back of my car but I pay it no mind. The light turns green for the cars that are either going straight or making a RIGHT turn.”

“He decides to act like he’s going to hit my car,” she writes. “So I’m still calm like what is this man doing. We get the YELLOW YIELD LEFT TURN LIGHT I wait until the car proceeds then make my left tune this man starts driving crazy about to hit my car and passes me up so I speed up and now we are at the red light together he exits his vehicle and comes up to my passenger window sticks his head and finger in my car and called me a ‘bitch and a fucking nigger’ with his 15-year-old son standing by his truck also.”

“He gets back in his truck and I told him to repeat that for me & started recording,” she added. “This is what we are living in. I will definitely pray for this man!”

Video of the racist attack has been viewed close to 3 million times on Twitter.

A company believed by some Twitter users to be the employer of the attacker released a statement on Monday addressing the incident.

The company said in a statement: “HydroChemPSC has been made aware of the video taken on Sunday, November 10 in the Lake Charles area. The individual in the video is not employed by HydroChemPSC. We understand the concern many of you have expressed and we share that concern. Thank you.”

The company later clarified that “the man in this video does not work for our company. While he worked for us for a very short period of time, he is no longer employed here at HydroChemPSC.”


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