Woman On Administrative Leave After Her Racially Charged Slurs In McKinney

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TRACEY CARVER ALLBRITTON (DALLAS COMMUNITIES ORGANIZING FOR CHANGE/TWITTER)
  • Tracey Carver Allbritton (Dallas Communities Organizing for Change/Twitter)

CoreLogic, a financial data company associated with Bank of America, has placed Tracey Carver Allbritton on administrative leave after her alleged instigation of the Mckinney pool party incident.

After the video of the Mckinney cop pinning down a 15-year-old girl went viral, another video fell into the spotlight.


“She was saying things such as, ‘black F-er,’ and ‘That’s why you live in Section 8 homes,’” Tatyana Rhodes said in a video posted to YouTube. 


Rhodes, who's black, hosted the end-of-the-school-year party, told the Dallas Morning News that a white woman told her to return to her public housing before slapping her in the face.



DallasForChange, upset Carver Allbritton was never questioned by the police at the scene, launched a twitter campaign asking Bank of America to take action. Carver Allbritton’s social media cites listed the bank as her employer.

CoreLogic issued a statement Tuesday to the Dallas Morning News, “CoreLogic does not condone violence, discrimination or harassment and takes conduct that is inconsistent with our values and expectations very seriously. As a result of these pending allegations, we have placed the employee in question on administrative leave while further investigations take place.”

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