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Tribeca-STL fires Apartment Patty

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The so-called terrified woman that feared a man, D’Arreion Toles, who tried to enter her building wasn’t a resident, but still continued to follow him to his unit has been fired from her job.

The woman’s employer, Tribeca-STL, a minority-owned and St. Louis, Missouri, based organization had released the following statement Sunday describing how disturbed the owners were after viewing the viral video.  


“Tribeca-STL was recently shared a video containing a disturbing interaction that we believe is important to clarify.

The video did involve one of our employees, but the event did NOT take place at Tribeca-STL and did NOT involve one of our tenants. The video is showing the employee in her private life at her own residence interacting with another person.

The Tribeca-STL family is a minority-owned company that consists of employees and residents from many racial backgrounds. We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company.

After a review of the matter the employee has been terminated and is no longer with our Company. At Tribeca-STL we want all residents, guests and visitors to feel welcome, safe and respected.”

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14 comments

  1. She never once said she was terrifed!! She said she was uncomfortable letting someone in without a key fob! He was breaking the rules and she was uncomfortable letting me at 3 am. I am proud of his woman.

    • Shut up dumbass you know damn well she was being blatantly racist and profiling this man! If the roles were reversed you wouldn’t be saying that, so shut up and get your facts straight before you go to defend a racist like her, and clearly like yourself. Have a nice life.

      • Shut up your damn self you racist bitch! Not once did she ever profile him nothing other than a “man” that she’s never seen before. She was protecting herself and the other tenants. If he would have followed the rules and used his fob to enter the building appropriately or even showed her his fob and it green-lighted her in, then this controversy would’ve stopped at the door. That man is a coward and wanted to gain fame in mis-profiling an innocent woman into being fascist, who is separated from her black husband. Who’s the dumbass now? You! Ya Dumbass! Every reporter I’ve seen cover this fake racism story is black! Shocking I know! You’ve ruined this innocent white woman’s good name and character. Yellow journalism at its best!

        • Venton Blandin, Reporter updated his story and changed “Black man” to man. Other medias still running the headline on the video. Who wrote that headline? How about this headline “NWA pushes his way past white woman and into a secured apartment building. She should not have been fired. The two should have been introduced and each made to review the buildings security procedures. The young man is defiantly an in your face person with anger issues. When his business goes belly up keep your distance from him. The young woman seems lost on what she should be doing when a person forces their way into her secured building (a secured building she lives in)

    • Exactly. He should have used his key to get into the building instead of sneaking in when somebody opened the door. At this point she needs to get him arrested for assault for barging through the door past her.

      • I agree. But he is a young NWA starting a business and thinks the world owes him because he is some kind of victim. How long has he lived in the building? The Company overstepped with their firing. They should release their background check on the young NWA. But they will not and Venton Blandin will not do an investigative report into this either.

    • Last I checked she is not security, and can’t prevent someone from getting into where they live. He was extremely patient because she was overstepping.

      • D’Arreion Nuriyah Toles was in the wrong. He tried to go into the building following her who had used her key to open the door or enter when she opened the door to leave. It’s NOT OK just to follow someone into a building when they open the door with a key or go in when someone exits. You shouldn’t put people in a position of them being responsible for you gaining access to the building. He could have just waited ONE SECOND and entered the building with his own key.

        Etiquette and safety dictate that you use your own key to gain access to the building, otherwise, any stranger can just use a resident to gain access to a building. It is shameful that D’Arreion Nuriyah Toles turned this into a racial incident and getting a woman fired who was just trying to keep a stranger from gaining access to the building without using a key.

        If you watch the video, she says “use the keypad.” WHY couldn’t he do that? On top of trying to use her to gain access, he refused to say what unit he lived in! It is sad that so many people are condoning Tole’s actions and condemning this woman. She didn’t deserve to be fired.

        • He was not in the wrong. We lived in a secure building and never stopped someone who is coming into the building at the same time. She made it an incident, when he told her he lived in the building already.

          She lost her job for being an idiot so congratulations to her.

          It is not ok to follow someone to there door, it is not ok to stand in front of a door and block access to someone because they are black and interrogating them as to what unit they live in.

          If she had a question after he told her that he lived in the building, then call the police for pointless stuff which seems to be all the rage right now.

          • This is getting silly

            She should not have been fired. This is a knee jerk reaction and unfair. I’ve lived in a similar building and it’s not ok to grab the open door with card access and just walk in the building. I would question anyone who did that about living in the building. She wasn’t being unreasonable. It’s equally racist to assume her motivations were reacist because she was white. It’s a double standard.

    • I’m white and I’m so glad she got what she deserved. She needs to be turned away from her next employment job opportunity and needs to lose her right to live in those luxury lofts.

      • Thank God for Trump! She has many many job openings to pick from now that she has been fired from The Tribeca-STL, a family minority-owned company. Maxine Waters, Cory Booker and the far left wing of the Democratic party
        are proud of the Tribeca-STL, family, no doubt.

  2. D’Arreion Nuriyah Toles was in the wrong. He tried to go into the building following her who had used her key to open the door or enter when she opened the door to leave. It’s NOT OK just to follow someone into a building when they open the door with a key or go in when someone exits. You shouldn’t put people in a position of them being responsible for you gaining access to the building. He could have just waited ONE SECOND and entered the building with his own key.

    Etiquette and safety dictate that you use your own key to gain access to the building, otherwise, any stranger can just use a resident to gain access to a building. It doesn’t matter what color you are. It is shameful that D’Arreion Nuriyah Toles turned this into a racial incident and getting a woman fired who was just trying to keep a stranger from gaining access to the building without using a key.

    If you watch the video, she says “use the keypad.” WHY couldn’t he do that? On top of trying to use her to gain access, he refused to say what unit he lived in! It is sad that so many people are condoning Tole’s actions and condemning this woman. She didn’t deserve to be fired.

    • Way too tired for this shit

      No he wasn’t. She he had to buzz to meet her there. She was coming out and he was going in. She doesn’t have the right to follow someone and then call the cops AFTER watching him use his key. He actions didn’t show she was scared. I’m not getting in an elevator with someone I feel is there under false pretense. And statistically she was more likely to taped by a white Male between ages 18-45 but she wouldn’t have questioned his presence at all.

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