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#McKinney Assailant Tracey Carver-Allbritton Denies Racial Slurs; Hires Gloria Allred

Tracey Carver-Allbritton, the woman who allegedly attacked a teen at the McKinney, TX pool party has finally spoken out.

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According to The Scoop Blog, Allbritton believes she has been wrongly accused of assaulting and hurling racial slurs at 19-year-old Tatyana Rhodes and romping the fight that caused police to come to the event.

Allbritton claims she, her friend, children and a grandchild were at a BBQ immediately next to the pool but outside of the pool gates. Dozens of attendees began to flock to the pool leaving the security guard overwhelmed with trying to figure out who was actually a resident of the Craig Ranch subdivision where the event was held.

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“It was nearly impossible to exit the gate because it was lined 3 rows deep with dozens of what appeared to be disrespectful, unruly and violent teens and young adults.”

According to Tracey, one of the black teens began screaming racial slurs at Allbritton’s friend saying the pool was public and the friend replied that the pool was private and residents pay dues to use it. Then, one of the black attendees charged towards Allbritton’s friend and began pulling her hair.

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“My kids were screaming and traumatized” she said. “I walked out to defuse the fight and did just that. I didn’t beat anyone nor use racial slurs of any kind.”

Allbritton has since hired fame attorney Gloria Allred. Allred’s most recent case was representing the women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault.

“I have agreed to support Tracey and her family, because I am very concerned that the movement for racial equality suffers a serious setback when innocent individuals are wrongly accused of making racist statements based on false rumors and find themselves and their children being threatened that they will be raped and murdered,” Allred said in a statement.

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“Those who have lied about Tracey owe her an apology and it is long overdue for them to tell the truth about what really happened on June 5, 2015 in McKinney, Texas.”

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