Three black actresses arrested for using bathroom at Houston’s, T.I. calls for boycott.

It looks like Houston’s is the latest restaurant chain to engage in racist treatment toward black folks after a police officer dragged three black actresses out of the dining destination because they were taking too long in the restroom.

Rapper, actor, and activist, T.I. has called for a boycott of the restaurant chain in response to the incident that landed the women in jail with one of them suffering injuries including a black eye.

Brittany Marie Lucio, Asia’h Sharrell Epperson (American Idol, Greenleaf) and Erica Walker say they were assaulted by an Atlanta police officer, Jay Guzman, who moonlights as a security guard at the restaurant. The ladies reportedly entered the restaurant after it was closed to use the bathroom. The officer admits he grabbed Lucio by the wrist and tried to “lead” her out the back door, but the video footage paints a much more violent picture of the ladies being man-handled and their attorney insists the officer threw them into the bushes.

“We are seriously concerned with the level of force that was used and we want answer to why they ended up in the bushes,” said their attorney, Gerald Griggs.

When asked why his clients refused to comply with the officer’s initial request for them to leave the restroom, he gave a pretty reasonable response.

“You can’t just leave the restroom after you just finish using it. You have to wash your hands. Have to make sure that you have taking care of all of your needs,” he said.

Lucio, Walker and Epperson were arrested and booked at the Fulton County Jail. All three were charged with Criminal Trespass and Lucio was also charged with Felony Obstruction. Their attorney wants all of the charges against them dropped.

“(The) response from Houston’s is very disturbing. This is a very disturbing case and we hope to be able to come to a swift resolution with the charges being dropped.”

Lucio shared photos of the injuries including cuts, scrapes, bruises and a black eye she alleges were inflicted by the officer on social media.

 

Absolutely UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR!!!! ACCOUNTABILITY IS MANDATORY!!!! U WILL PAY FOR THIS!!! COWARD!!!! ??????Houstons & Guzman!!!

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Police: Syracuse man pointed loaded gun at officers before being arrested!

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Nahshon Nance, 20.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A Syracuse man who pointed a loaded gun at officers after a domestic dispute was arrested Monday, according to Syracuse police.

Nashon Nance, 20, of Syracuse, was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a firearm, menacing, menacing a police officer and harassment, police said.

Officers responded to the 100 block of Smith Lane at 11:33 p.m. after receiving a call about a domestic dispute that involved a weapon, police said. The victim told officers her boyfriend, Nance, punched her in the mouth and pulled out a handgun, police said. He pointed the gun at her and threatened to shoot her, she told officers.

During the officers’ investigation, Nance returned to the apartment, police said. When officers saw Nance, they told him to show his hands, police said. Instead, Nance pointed the gun at the officers before running away, police said. He dropped the weapon as he ran away, but officers arrested him outside of an apartment building, police said.

The gun was a loaded Smith and Wesson Colt 45 revolver, police said.

Nance is being held at the Onondaga County Justice Center, pending his arraingnment, police said.

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