Candace Owens Provides Footage Proving She Didn’t Harass BLM Founder Patrisse Cullors at Her Home

By Sandra Rosa |

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Candace Owens showed up at Patrisse Cullors’ Topanga Canyon home with a film crew on Saturday.

Cullors immediately went online to complain that the Conservative activist was knocking on her door and harassing her.

Cullors said it was “unacceptable and dangerous for anyone, any stranger, to leave my house.”

On Friday, Owens posted a video showing that he did not harass or intimidate the Black Lives Matter co-founder.

Footage shows Owens politely standing in front of the front door as he speaks to a security guard over an intercom.

Owens captioned the video:

“BREAKING! I am pre-posting pictures of me at one of Black Lives Matter founder Patrisse Cullors’ multiple mansions. Do you remember how she pretended to cry and said he harassed her? LIAR. I spoke nicely to a security guard white (who remained silent) through a door”.

Owens and other journalists accuse Cullors of using BLM funds to enrich himself. He reportedly owns five million-dollar houses that he bought in the last five years.

Owens went to Cullors’ home to ask if he embezzled funds intended for Black Lives Matter.

Cullors previously declared a $6 million mansion he purchased in Saudio City, CA. it was used for BLM purposes and a “safe space” for black people.

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Tags: Black Lives Matter, Candace Owens, Patrisse Cullors, real estate, video

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