Contrary to the many erroneous reports blaming the black teen pool partiers in McKinney, Texas with starting the fracas that ended with a police officer pulling his gun on the teens, there is evidence that suggests the opposite was true.
One of the two white women, Tracey Carver Allbritton, who objected to the black teens’ presence at their secluded pool to host an end-of-year party, because it was inside their gated community, got into a vicious verbal altercation with the black teens before she was filmed fighting one of the girls.
Carver Allbritton was videotaped throwing punches onto the head of a much younger black teen female in a brawl.
Her employer CoreLogic Inc. has since been suspended her for her actions.
According to Raw Story, an activist organization began a Facebook campaign to pin down the name and identity of the Caucasian women who came to the pool party hurling racial epithets and telling the teens “to go back to your Section 8 housing.”
A black female teen took great umbrage to the incendiary language and began to pop back her own set of insults, according to multiple media reports.
The adult white woman was unaware she was being videotaped as what appears to be her and another white woman locked in a fight with a much younger African American girl, with each holding the others hair attempting to throw punches.
A group of black teens initially act as observers but eventually try to separate the two. The second white woman, now known as Tracey-Carver Allbritton, initially appears to attempt to break up the fight, but then starts throwing punches to the top of the younger girl’s head.
Several days after the fracas and police brutality outside the pool party, Allbritton’s identity was positively confirmed. She claimed on Facebook that she worked for Bank of America.
However, Bank of America conducted it’s own investigation and found out that she does not work for them, per say, but CoreLogic, a vendor for Bank of America provides financial profiles to the banking behemoth that are key in making mortgage lending decisions, the Daily Kos reports.
Bank of America notified CoreLogic and the vendor suspended Allbritton.
“CoreLogic does not condone violence, discrimination or harassment and takes conduct that is inconsistent with our values and expectations very seriously,” the firm wrote in a statement reported by the Dallas Morning News. “As a result of these pending allegations, we have placed the employee in question on administrative leave while further investigations take place.”
So, after all of the displaced blame on the black teens, it looks like the two white women came to the pool party and kicked up dust, started a fight, then called the police and told authorities the black kids were being violent.
However, it has yet to be determined if the teens trespassed to the pool party or if someone who hosted the party got permission to use the facilities inside a gated community — if permission was needed at all.