An Oklahoma woman was driving to Dunkin’ Donuts when a racist white man threatened to beat her up and called her the N-Word, according to a report from KFOR News.
Ashlee Jackson was driving when she accidentally missed the light.
“I had missed the light at Villa,” Jackson said. “I went through it on accident. I noticed a truck was at the intersection and he was getting ready to turn.”
However, that driver had serious road rage. He began to honk at Jackson.
Jackson didn’t see any accidents so she kept on driving. She noticed the man following her, but assumed they were headed to the same coffee shop.
What happened next, Jackson was not expecting. The man approached Jackson’s car and verbally assaulted her.
“My lock wasn’t working. He snatched my door open,” Jackson said. “He’s just saying all of these things, calling me gender slurs, calling me racial slurs. He threatened to drag me out of my car and beat me.”
Jackson later filed a police report and stayed home from work because she was afraid of bumping into the man again.
“I’ve interacted with racist people, but I’ve never been screamed at,” Jackson said. “I’ve never been called the N-word with such venom to my face before. I’ve never been threatened. I am a victim of assault so that just takes me all the way back.”
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