Shaun King and his wife, Rai-Tonicia, are being criticized for their new lavish home
King, 41, has become a controversial figure in the Black Lives Matter and criminal justice reform movements after his racial identity was questioned. King's career has also been plagued by accusations of insincere motives and deception from his shady dealings.
The new property, purchased by King's wife, Rai-Tonicia King, 41, in November 2020 for $842,000, is surrounded by lush, tall trees sitting on Farrington Lake. It has 'a lakefront backyard' and gourmet kitchen, according to public records.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Rai-Tonicia is a Ph.D. candidate and educator. Last year she founded Hands In Learning, an 'education nonprofit providing high quality, virtual academic and enrichment classes for students all across the world regardless of their ability to pay.'
Shaun King recently moved into a lavish lakefront home in North Brunswick, New Jersey with his wife and five children
The King family left their luxury two-bedroom in Brooklyn, New York to move an hour and a half away to New Jersey
The five bedroom and four bathroom home was purchased in November by King's wife, Rai-Toincia
The center piece of the home is the gourmet kitchen featuring quartz counters, center island, and breakfast area
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According to Zillow, the property was purchased for $842,000 which is higher than the estimated median home value of North Brunswick which is $341,000
The house was built in 1986 on 0.25 acres with an attached two-car garage to accommodate the fluctuating family
The many windows offer endless views of Farrington Lake which runs through East Brunswick, North Brunswick, and South Brunswick
The house is situated at the end of a culdesac offering less passing traffic and more privacy for the residents
In June, the mother of Tamir Rice, a black 12-year-old who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Cleveland in 2014, took to Instagram to blast King for profiting off of her son's death and brand him an 'imposter.'
The post came shortly after King - who raised as much as $60,000 for Tamir's family after his death without their consent - posted a new podcast to his website titled 'I spoke to Samaria Rice this past week.'
The episode seems to have since been deleted, and is no longer listed under the episodes for 'Breakdown with Shaun King.'
'Why do you think it's so important to tell folks we had a conversation?' Rice asked King in her Instagram post, which was captioned: 'For anyone that wants to know the truth.'
'Well we talked and everything you said was very toxic and uncomfortable for me to hear that you raised additional money, and then say you did not want to bother me,' she continued.
'Personally, I don't understand how you sleep at night. I never gave you permission to raise nothing.'
'Along with the United States, you robbed me for the death of my son.'
The two-story home has one guest bedroom on the first floor and four bedrooms on the second floor of the family home
North Brunswick, New Jersey has a population of 41,431 with an estimated 14,243 households in the city
The rooms feature hardwood flooring and white walls which are flooded with natural lighting with the many windows
Nearly every room in the house offers views of Farrington Lake through the trees
The home has three full bathrooms and a 1/2 bath. The white title bathrooms have an open feeling with a glass standing shower and windows
The modern bathrooms are covered in granite floors and counters with lots of storage space in the mirrors, drawers, and shelves
A completely glassed in sunroom and deck continue the kitchen's open concept with a wall of glass doors leading to the covered deck which overlooks the lash backyard