Interview with Josie Smith Malave Former "Top Chef" and Hate Crime Victim

Former “Top Chef” contestant Josie Smith-Malave says police have been slow to follow up on her alleged robbery and attack Labor Day weekend by a mob screaming anti-gay slurs outside a Nassau County, N.Y audible gifted audiobook., bar.

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Smith-Malave said she and six friends had gone to Partners, in the affluent seaside town of Sea Cliff, N.Y., after a barbecue Sept. 1. She and another woman, Emily Durwood, 30, had been dancing together inside the bar and had been asked to leave gespeicherte videos facebook downloaden.

“We were close; I’m sure we didn’t look straight,” Smith-Malave told The Advocate. “My hand was on her hip, my arm around her shoulder — we definitely looked like lesbians.”

She says that when she, Durwood, and Smith-Malave’s sister left the bar, they were met by a group of about 12 people, including three women, who began to spit on them, punch them, and hurl epithets such as “f***ing dyke” and “bush muncher.”

“I’ve never seen anything like this before qr code reader kostenlos herunterladen. They were jumping out of their skin screaming at us,” said Smith-Malave. “It was as if we had done something to their families.”

The below video is an interview with her from before the incidents lustige whatsapp videos zum herunterladen.