'Depressed' White Woman Calls Cops On Black People Having Too Much Fun At The Pool In Viral Video

The unidentified woman appeared intoxicated while making up several false reasons why she called 911.

In the most recent viral recording of a white person calling police on Black people for no damn reason, a white woman — who may have been intoxicated — calls the police because the Black people at the people were living their best life.

A woman in Oklahoma City, OK posted the video which shows the confusing interaction between the white woman and a police officer. In the video, the woman said she called 911 after having an interaction with a woman at an apartment complex pool.

During the interaction, the white woman reportedly told one of the Black women that she’s depressed. However, when she didn’t get the warm hug and console from the group of Black neighbors, she called the cops.

Let’s run that back: a white woman called police on Black people, who were having fun at the pool, because she was depressed.

In the video, the woman claimed the Black people bullied her because she’s depressed and then threatened to physically assault her.

However, she eventually admitted to police that she threatened to beat them up. When the white woman tried to criticize someone for recording the incident, the officer shut her down.

“Why would they record you if you weren’t causing a scene or something?” he asked her.

The officer then said that when he first arrived, three men approached him and said the person who called the police is “either drunk or on something and is causing a scene.”

“I need you to really be honest with me,” the officer continued. “Were you out here causing a scene?”

When the woman tried to suggest she did nothing wrong and the people had “all ganged up” against her, the officer pressed back.

“Does that sound plausible to you?” he asked her.

In the end, the Black people who were reported ended up explaining what actually went down. 

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