Rodney Abdoul Moultrie Wiki – Rodney Abdoul Moultrie Bio
NYPD is looking for a man whose name Rodney Abdoul Moultrie is caught in the video, who shot a woman on his face with a skateboard in Harlem. The video, which has been viral since then, shows the suspect standing near the victim and exchanging a few words. When the victim stops talking and looks away, the suspect then hits his face with his skateboard.
The victim falls to the ground without moving, and the suspect’s friends laugh at the event. The NYPD stated that the attack happened in Harlem, but it is unclear exactly when it happened. The images were shared on June 16 by Paris Milano on social media, and since then have received more than 3 million views:
Rodney Abdoul Moultrie Hit a Women ( Video)
According to Milan’s Twitter post, the video was first posted to skeeter_millz on Instagram and people said it hit the woman after she refused it. The victim and the suspect were not made public. The video’s first published Instagram profile has been deleted since then.
A thug named skeeter_millz on IG hit a black woman in the face with a skateboard for rejecting him. Ppl said he lives in Harlem. I will find out to verify so we have the proper Police Dept to call. If anyone knows the woman, please comment her social media so I can donate to her. pic.twitter.com/0fe0SsjeLe
— Paris Milan (@ParisMilanYT) June 16, 2020
The video begins with the woman answering the man and addressing his friends who shot the video. Then he stops talking and looks at his phone. At that moment, the suspect hits the head with his skateboard. Her friend is shouting and laughing, but she does not go inside. The suspect then laughs back to his friends and says: “What’s wrong with that b * tch, my name is Skeeter Millz.
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