A white woman who was caught on video pulling a gun on a Black woman and her teen daughter in a parking lot outside a Michigan Chipotle restaurant has been charged with felonious assault. The woman’s husband has also been charged in the Wednesday night incident in Oakland County. Takelia Hill said the altercation began when the white woman bumped into her daughter and became irate when the teen asked for an apology. The argument continued as the white woman got into her SUV and told the mom and daughter, “You cannot just walk around calling white people racist ... White people aren’t racist ... I care about you and I’m sorry if you had an incident that has made someone make you feel like that. No one is racist.”
Hill said she thought the SUV was going to hit them as it drove away so she struck the back window. That’s when the woman jumped out of her car and pulled out a gun, she said. “Get away,” the woman says as she points the gun at Hill in the one-minute video that’s been viewed 9 million times. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said there were no injuries.