Dr.SYNQ: Lisa Calderon Assaulted By Toranto Old Navy Employee Is Going To Get Paid!!!
Lisa Calderon, of Mississauga, Ontario, correctly uses her cell phone to record her being victimized by white supremacy ( assaulted by an Old Navy staff member) who accused her of stealing a 13 dollar shirt from the store.
Calderon voiced her emotions in a Facebook post stating how “uncomfortable” she was while being at the Toronto store.
“When I was at Brown’s [shoe store] looking for shoes, a staff by the name of Stephanie said she seen that I did not walk into the store with my top on, and they saw it on camera, and that I still had the price tag on it,”
“She then proceeded to put her hands on me in front of security guard Quesada 10830909.”
Calderon recorded the incident which shows “Stephanie”, the old navy racist suspect grabbing her by the arm and refusing to let go, despite Calderon’s repeated demands to let go.
“If she doesn’t let go of me I’m going to press charges!” she shouts. “Stephanie, I’m going to press charges against you. Let go of my hand.”
“Ma’am, why are you shaking? Are you nervous?” “Stephanie” asks sarcastically.
“Stephanie” told Calderon that store cameras recorded her walking in wearing a different shirt than the one she walked out with.
Working 30 plus years in the security field I can say without a doubt that Old Navy has a lawsuit coming or will be making a settlement because “Stephanie” clearly broke the law. This would be a misdemeanor assault in California. You cannot grab a person for what YOU THINK THEY DID unless it was a felony and you must make a citizens arrest to put your hands on them and in this case it would have made things worst for “Stephanie” whom I immediately knew would lose her job as soon as I saw the video.
Calderon said on FB “Guys I cried cause 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. I 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.”
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