Breonna Nelson Hicks Wiki – Breonna Nelson Hicks Bio
Breonna Nelson-Hicks is a Black Teen Harassed by the White Man in the gated community in a viral video since then. According to the Palm Beach Post, Breonna and her friends were passing through the community in a golf cart when the man started going out to the tailgate in Toyota.
Breonna Nelson Hicks Age
She is 15 years old.
Breonna Nelson Hicks Viral Video
The clash between the youth and the unidentified man occurred on Sunday at the Grand Isles complex in Wellington, a village in Palm Beach County. The unidentified person says: “You don’t belong to this development.” One of the girls recorded the video watched on Twitter more than 282,000 times on Thursday morning.
According to the Palm Beach Post, two people, Breonna and her friends were white, were riding the community in a golf cart when they said the man had begun to put them in the tailgate in Toyota. The 90-second recording starts just before Breonna rushes to get her grandfather, Tony Nelson.
“What’s your name, ok, where do you live?” the man asks. He continues: “OK, not a problem. I’m going to call the gate and have you all arrested. You do not deserve to be in here.” One of the girls is heard saying: “What did we even do wrong?” Breonna then asks the man, “Do you have a problem? Because I can get my grandfather.” “Bring him out right now!” the man replies. Breonna’s grandfather is part of the village’s first black families, he said he became “angrier and angrier” after watching the video 15 or 20 times.
RETWEET until this man is identified!
He harassed a group of black teens in a gated community in the affluent Village of Wellington, here in my county.
According to him, “they didn’t belong in this development.”
According to the teens, he threatened to hit them w/ his car. pic.twitter.com/ALynLUvS9E
— Commissioner Omari Hardy (@OmariJHardy) June 18, 2020
Breonna Nelson Hicks Arrest
Both Nelson and the man reported to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. The report by the Palm Beach Post does not contain the man’s name. “We received two calls and when the deputies came, the man had already gone home. Lawmakers spoke to the children and contacted the next day. No crime was committed based on both accounts. “Sheriff’s spokesman Teri Barbera told the broadcast. No arrests yet
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