Woman Loses It In A Victoria's Secret After Trying To Attack Black Woman

Posted by Mahnoor Nadir in News On 17th July 2021
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A woman threw a tantrum in a Victoria's Secret after trying to attack a black woman only to stop when she realised she was being recorded. She then pretended she was being threatened.

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Ijeoma Ukenta had popped down to the mall after receiving a coupon in the mail for a free Victoria’s Secret panty when she was met with one of the strangest interactions of her life. 

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A woman, now dubbed Victoria’s Secret Karen tried to attack her and then had a full meltdown over a series of videos that Ukenta put up on her Youtube channel.

The video begins with Abigail Elphick charging at Ukenta with her arm raised to hit her when she suddenly stops, realizing that she was being recorded. At this point, Elphick walks away and sits down on the floor and breaking down into tears claiming she was having a breakdown and didn’t want to be recorded.

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Elphick alleges she is being threatened throughout the course of the video when Ukenta is simply standing at a distance recording her.

Ukenta says she is recording to protect herself and to have evidence in case something goes wrong.

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“You keep lying saying I’m threatening you so I’m recording to protect myself. She’s trying to attack me, no no no. Once the law gets here, who are they going to believe?”

In the following video, Elphick continues with her hysterics and then chases Ukenta across the store trying to get her to stop recording. Ukenta keeps calling for security which never appears.

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“I just came to get a free panty that’s all… this lady chasing me. She’s calling the police on me now. I can’t believe security is not here. This is how Black people be dying. See what these people do? They call the police and they call in a panic and tell police you’re doing something to them when she clearly was chasing me around the store.”

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Elphick later claimed she had a panic attack thinking that she was going to be fired from her workplace if the videos got out.

When the police finally arrived at the location, they did not remove Elphick from the premises and didn’t arrest her.

“I don’t understand why she can’t be escorted out the mall, she tried to attack me twice.” Ukenta asked them.

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She now plans to file a complaint against the two officers as well saying that she did not feel protected.

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She has since started a GoFundMe which has raised $71,000 where she states, “I was assaulted and harassed by a white woman and nothing was done by security nor the police. I’m looking to hire me an excellent attorney who can help me bring light to this wrong.”

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“I have been wronged Abigail Elphick (Karen in my videos) Short Hills Mall security, Millburn Police Department, and most of all humanity. Please help me.”

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