The Indian-American community in the United States is currently in shock as a result of the viral video showing that 4 Indian-American women experienced racial harassment and were being urged to “go back to India.” The suspect is Esmeralda Upton of Plano, who referred to herself as a Mexican-American woman in the viral video.
After a video of her harassing a group of four Indian-American women surfaced and went viral, prompting her to order them to return to India, police in Texas on Thursday detained the individual. In Texas, in a parking lot in Dallas, the incident happened on Wednesday night. The video shows the woman, who has since been detained, claiming to be of Mexican American descent while abusing many Indian Americans.
This threat video has been trending for the past few hours. She is agitated and says, “I despise you, Indian. All of these Indians immigrate to America in search of a better life.” In the video, the woman is clearly saying while repeatedly abusing the community. The video has since gone viral, shocking the whole Indian-American community all over America.
The individual who assaulted the four Indian women has been identified as Esmeralda Upton of Plano, the Mexican-American woman. According to the shared tweet by Plano Police in Texas, the woman has been arrested.
One of the users shared this video mentioning that this incident happened in Dallas, Texas, after my mother and her three friends had gone out to dinner, according to the person who posted the video.
The mother is seen challenging the Mexican-American woman’s claims and pleading with her to refrain from using racial epithets. The Mexican-American woman, who claims she was born in the United States, is shown at one point physically beating the mother and shouting using the f-word repeatedly.
The user also captioned the video stating that she actually had a gun, and it’s very scary. After the arrest, she has now been charged with assault, terroristic threat, and bodily injury and has been charged with USD10,000.
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