OLD NAVY EMPLOYEE APPREHENDS BLACK SHOPPER FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING…READ HERE
A Canadian woman by the name of Linda Calderon, says she was racially profiled and assaulted by an Old Navy staff member who accused her of shoplifting from the store.
Calderon spoke out in outrage on a Facebook post explaining how “uncomfortable” she was trying to shop in the Old Navy. That’s when she says she was followed and confronted by an Old Navy employee.
A video showing the confrontation shows Calderon saying, “If she doesn’t let go of me I’m going to press charges! Let go of my hand.”
Stephanie then asks, “Ma’am, why are you shaking? Are you nervous?” Stephanie also asks to see a receipt for the $13 shirt and alleges that surveillance video showed Calderon entering the store wearing a different shirt. A manager eventually intervened and instructed Stephanie to let go of the customer and apologized.
After the devastating situation, she concluded her original Facebook post saying, “Guys I cried because I never thought in a million years this would happen to me. I would’ve been more calm and understanding if she didn’t accuse me first and would’ve been happy to show my receipt, especially because I voiced my racial profile complaint to the employee before I left the store. This needs to stop, Stephanie had no Right to aggressively lay her hands on me and accuse me of stealing a $13 dollar top, had she not have done that this situation would’ve ended quietly.”