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'Racist' white woman dubbed 'Move-in Martha' tries to stop two people from helping their friend move into an apartment and demands to see their ID before calling the cops A white woman is seen demanding that a man and woman show their ID  When they refuse, she calls 911 and blocks entrance to the apartment building They then try to explain to her that they are helping a friend move in the complex Despite their explanation, the woman tells a 911 dispatcher that the pair are trespassing and refuse to show her their identification   Eventually, the woman, who has been dubbed 'Move-in Martha' left the area   It's unclear at what apartment complex in California this incident occurred

By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:09 BST, 15 October 2019 | Updated: 17:46 BST, 15 October 2019

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A white California woman has earned the name 'Move-in Martha' after she attempted to prevent a man and woman from helping their friend move into her apartment.

The woman is seen in the video demanding that the man, who is a person of color, and woman, who recorded the incident and whose race is not known, show her their identification before calling the police. 

'You are breaking the law right now. You're on private property,' the woman is heard telling the pair. 

'What's the law?' the man asked, before his friend said: 'Ma'am if you don't move out the way... we are moving things in so you should move out the way.'

A California woman has earned the name 'Move-in Martha' after she attempted to prevent a man and woman from helping their friend move into her apartment

A California woman has earned the name 'Move-in Martha' after she attempted to prevent a man and woman from helping their friend move into her apartment 

'You are breaking the law right now. You're on private property,' the woman is heard saying. 'What's the law?' the man (pictured) asked, before his friend said: 'Ma'am if you don't move out the way... we are moving things in so you should move out the way'

'You are breaking the law right now. You're on private property,' the woman is heard saying. 'What's the law?' the man (pictured) asked, before his friend said: 'Ma'am if you don't move out the way... we are moving things in so you should move out the way'

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