Woman Charged With Third Degree Assault For Attacking Teenage Boy After She Used “Racial Slurs” and Told Him and His Friends They “Didn’t Belong” at Community Pool

From BBQ Becky to Permit Patty, White women have seemingly become obsessed with calling the cops on black people for, well…being black. Now, another white woman has found herself in the middle of a racially charged controversy. This time though, the woman has been jailed for her actions. 

The incident occurred on Sunday at the Reminisce neighborhood pool in Summerville, South Carolina after a group of kids arrived at the pool. According to ABC News, a friend in the neighborhood invited the children to the pool, but upon arrival, Stephanie Sebby-Strempel told the kids they didn’t belong. 

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The victim, 15, said he and his friends were “respectful and said, yes ma’am,” when the woman approached them, but Strempel on the other hand, continued to antagonize the group of kids. In fact, according to the publication, the woman called them “punks,” and used racial slurs before she put her hands on the young boy. 

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According to reports, the physical incident was caught on camera and showed Strempel hitting the 15-year-old at least three times as he tried to leave. The following day, Strempel was arrested at her home and charged with one count of third-degree assault for the pool episode. However, her arrest was not without incident, as she was also accused of assaulting two detectives, pushing one into a wall and biting another on the arm.

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