A pregnant nurse in New York City was accused of being a ‘white supremacist’ and doxxed by the woke community after a viral video made it seem like she was trying to steal a bike from a young black man. However, the nurse’s lawyer has now shared receipts that prove the bike was hers.
On May 12, a 6-month pregnant nurse was trying to go home after working a 12-hour shift. After renting a Citibike, a group of black men approached her, physically pushed her off the bike and, recording her on their phones, claimed she was trying to steal it from them.
A video of this incident quickly went viral on social media, in which the nurse, 36-year-old Sarah Comrie, is trying to get back on the bike she rented as the group of men insist they paid for it.
Comrie begins to call out for help, saying, “Help! Help me! Please help me!” and begs the man to get off her bike.
“This is not your bike,” says one of the off-camera black men.
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“You know you’re not getting this bike?” asks another.
Comrie continues to beg for help but, when no bystanders get involved, she grabs the phone of one of the men who are recording.
“Why are you taking his phone?” one of the men asks. “What’s wrong with you? Do not touch his phone, do not touch his phone.”
Comrie is then heard saying that one of the men is “hurting [her] unborn baby,” to which the man replies, “You put your stomach on my hand.”
The overwhelmed nurse then begins to cry, at which point the men accuse her of “fake crying” and tell her to stop.
Eventually, Comrie steps away from the bike and pulls out her phone.
Per Citi Bike policy, if a customer keeps a bike out for longer than 45 minutes, they will be charged $0.17 for each additional minute and their account could be suspended. If the bike is not returned within 24 hours, the renter will be charged a $1,200 fee.
The video went viral on social media, and people were quick to label her a “white supremacist” and “racist Karen,” among other foul names. She was also accused of trying to get the black men killed by calling out for help.
The woke mob set out to destroy her entire life over this video, doxxing her online, posting her name, her husband’s name, pictures of her family, and even her home address.
One Twitter user tore into Comrie for deleting her social media accounts after the incident, saying, “Don’t hide now, bitch. Be as loud and proud as you were when you weaponized your white lady tears and screamed ‘help’ to try and get those young Black men killed.”
She followed this tweet up with a series of others, in which she called Comrie an “entitled white b****” and said, “I hope those young Black men get some sort of justice.”
Imagine getting put on the Summer Jam Screen and having it impact your entire family negatively because you are an entitled white bitch.
— first of all, bitch, … (@thejournalista) May 15, 2023
Comrie was promptly placed on leave by Bellevue Hospital, which released a statement on the incident, saying, “We have recently become aware of an incident that occurred off-campus over the weekend and appears to involve one of our employees.”
“We are sorry this happened, and we are reviewing the incident,” they said, adding that the hospital is “committed to providing the highest quality of care to all New Yorkers with dignity, cultural sensitivity and compassion.”
On Wednesday, Comrie’s lawyer Justin Marino produced the Citibike receipts that prove she had, in fact, been the one to rent the bike.
The receipts, which were timestamped, show that Comrie had rented the bike in the video.
Marino said that after his client finished up her long hospital shift, she rented a bike “which no individuals were on or touching,” and was then approached by a group of five people who began claiming the bike was theirs.
“One or more individuals in that group physically pushed her bike (with her on it) back into the docking station, causing it to re-lock,” Marino said in a statement.
“In blocking the QR code, this individual’s arm was touching my client’s pregnant stomach, a condition of which she had made them aware. Throughout this time and for the remainder of the video, roughly five individuals were telling her to get off the bike and heckling her.”
“The fact that anyone would treat another person like this is tragic, especially a visibly pregnant woman,” he added.
She produced the receipts proving she had paid for the bike. This was a pregnant nurse getting off a 12-hour shift, who was harassed, robbed, and filmed by a group of black guys who then uploaded the footage and got her canceled for being a 'Karen.'
— Joel Berry (@JoelWBerry) May 18, 2023