Saturday 14 May 2022 04:55 PM Candace Owens releases footage showing her outside BLM co-founder Patrisse ... trends now

Saturday 14 May 2022 04:55 PM Candace Owens releases footage showing her outside BLM co-founder Patrisse ... trends now
Saturday 14 May 2022 04:55 PM Candace Owens releases footage showing her outside BLM co-founder Patrisse ... trends now

Saturday 14 May 2022 04:55 PM Candace Owens releases footage showing her outside BLM co-founder Patrisse ... trends now

Daily Wire host Candance Owens tweeted footage of her outside the $1.4 million Los Angeles home of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who claimed she was being harassed by the reporter in a sobbing video. 

Owens, 33, who works for the conservative news outlet founded by Ben Shapiro, called Cullors, 38, a 'liar' as she shared the edited video of her team calmly asking last Saturday to speak with the troubled activist while Cullor's own Intsagram clip showed her crying and saying she was shaken by the encounter.   

In the clip, Ownes tells a guard at the home, 'I was just looking to speak to whoever is at this property because it's listed as the Black Lives Matter property?' 

She goes on to say, 'We're not trying to harass you. We'll gladly leave. We're just wondering if we can speak to anybody?'

Cullors comdemned the incident on Instagram as Owens showed up outside her personal property in Topanga Canyon, not the controversial $6 million BLM mansion in Studio City that was purchased with the groups' funds.

'I really need my family to be safe. I need to be safe. I need my child to be safe, and what happened this morning is not safety,' she said. 

The incident comes a week after Cullors, who resigned from the Black Lives Matter Global Network last year amid scrutiny over her leadership, admitted that she lied when she denied using the $6 million LA property for official business only as she continues to face a probe over how the group's funds were handled.

Daily Wire host Candance Owens (right) called BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors (right) a liar for claiming the reporter harassed her when she showed up outside her Los Angeles home last week asking to speak with her about the group's controversial $6 million mansion

Daily Wire host Candance Owens (right) called BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors (right) a liar for claiming the reporter harassed her when she showed up outside her Los Angeles home last week asking to speak with her about the group's controversial $6 million mansion 

In her Instagram video following the incident, Patrisse was seen crying and saying she felt unsafe when the reporter and her crew showed up at ther door

In her Instagram video following the incident, Patrisse was seen crying and saying she felt unsafe when the reporter and her crew showed up at ther door

Owens was asking to speak with Cullors and said she was not looking to harass anyone

Owens was asking to speak with Cullors and said she was not looking to harass anyone

Owens claimed Cullor's $1.4million Topanga Canyon home, pictured, was listed as the Black Lives Matter property, but the group's mansion is in Studio City

Owens claimed Cullor's $1.4million Topanga Canyon home, pictured, was listed as the Black Lives Matter property, but the group's mansion is in Studio City

Cullors claimed the conservative news outlet had set a dangerous precedent and accused Daily Wire of trying to divide black Americans. 

'It's unacceptable and it's dangerous for anybody, any stranger, to come outside of my house,' Cullors said. 

'They are purposefully building a wedge between Black people because they know that when we are together, we're stronger, and they've seen what we've done this last decade, and they are literally trying to destroy us, destroy me, destroy the movement.'

Cullors, who was one of three people who founded the Black Lives Matter Global Network in 2013 following the police shooting of Treyvon Martin, helped the group raise $90 million through the Black Lives Matter resurrgence in 2020. 

The group still has an impressive $60 million in funds, but questions have been raised over the group's finances after it was discovered they purchased a $6 million, 6,500 square-foot Studio City property. 

Explaining the reason behind the luxurious purchase, Cullors told the Associated Press: 'We looked at commercial buildings and we looked at homes and then we found this really amazing space that’s a sweet spot between commercial and residential.'

She went on to justify its purchase by highlighting how the mansion had a soundstage which enabled BLM to produce podcasts, but admitted she had used it for her own personal business, hosting a party for Joe Biden's inaguration and a birthday party for her son last year. 

This is the luxurious Studio City property BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors has now admitted she used for personal, non-BLM business, after previously denying doing so

This is the luxurious Studio City property BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors has now admitted she used for personal, non-BLM business, after previously denying doing so  

The property was bought as a haven for black artists - but Cullors commandeered it to host a Biden-Harris inauguration party, and to celebrate her son's 21st birthday

The property was bought as a haven for black artists - but Cullors commandeered it to host a Biden-Harris inauguration party, and to celebrate her son's 21st birthday

The mansion comes complete with a sound stage (pictured) and mini filming studio which the group had used in one of its video campaigns

The mansion comes complete with a sound stage (pictured) and mini filming studio which the group had used in one of its video campaigns

After receiving an email from New York Margazine asking for comment on the house's existence last month, BLM officials reportedly circulated an internal memo with possible responses to the outlet's query concerning the alleged purchase.

The responses ranged from: 'Can we kill the story?' to: 'Our angle - needs to be to deflate ownership of the property,' the magazine reported.

At the time, Cullors - who attested the property was bought as a 'safe space' for black creatives, activists and thought leaders, and that its purchase was never disclosed because it needed renovating - angrily hit back at her detractors, describing criticism she was facing since the purchase was made public

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