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.

Smith-Malave, 32, a contestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef” reality series last year, says the attackers spit on and punched her and two others and stole her $800 mini-camcorder minecraft download kostenlos deutsch vollversion für android. At the scene of barbarity like this, it’s the first step to take aid from an attorney from before things can exacerbate hoe kan ik spider solitaire.

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.