Andrea “Dre” Hollingsworth was detained in front of her twin daughters last week. KVVU-TV..
/ TK told TK that her children were asked for an interpreter for the police while their hearing-impaired mother was in custody.
Hollingsworth told KVVU-TV that her children were “traumatic” after the incident.
Last week, a black deaf woman was handcuffed and detained in front of her children.During the incident captured in the video, her children were asked to translate for police officers, KVVU-TV.
According to KVVU-TV, Andrea “Dre” Hollingsworth was with an 11-year-old twin girl during the incident in North Las Vegas on April 7.
She began recording encounters when a covered police officer began asking Hollingsworth and asked her to get out of the car.
“I don’t know, I’m being pulled and he’s crossing me. I’m black, deaf, George Floyd just happened,” Hollingsworth told the news station as an interpreter. “The cop pulled my arm, and I was like,’Oh, why?’. I’ve never experienced such a thing in my life.”
In 7 minutes Hollingsworth’s Facebook videoThe police said they were responding to investigate “reports of stalking and harassment.” Hollingsworth was in a place to reclaim rent from the landlord, she told KVVU-TV.
The video shows Hollingsworth’s daughter telling police that her mother is there. “Because she needs to return the money from her friend.” Hollingsworth told KVVU-TV that a policeman pushed her to sit on the curb.
“Tell her to put her hands behind,” the police told the Hollingsworth children. In the video, the twins are screaming and crying for their mother.
Hollingsworth told local news that her daughters were “traumatic” and “feared.”
“My kids are afraid of all the recent incidents. They are raised by blacks in this community, so they are very cautious when they see police officers,” Hollings said. Worth told KVVU-TV and added his daughters. I saved her life that day.
The North Las Vegas police station did not immediately respond to insider comments, but Hollingsworth did not obey police orders and told a local news station that he was “temporarily detained until police completed the investigation.” Told.
A hearing-impaired rights lawyer told the outlet that the child must not be an interpreter during the encounter with the police and is “contrary to Americans with Disabilities Act.”
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