BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors erects fence and electric gate around her new $ 1.4 million home: report
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors is said to have installed a fence and an electric gate around her $ 1.4 million Los Angeles home.
Cullors, 37, closed his 2,380-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom home in March.
Cullors resigned as executive director of the group’s central foundation last month amid questions about her finances, although she denied the attacks played a role in her departure.
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Cullors’ finances gained attention in April after the New York Post said she bought four homes for $ 3.2 million. The report prompted Hawk Newsome, the head of Black Lives Matter Greater New York City, to call for an “independent investigation” into the foundation’s finances. The two organizations are not affiliated.
Critics have pointed out that Cullors bought the high-end homes although it calls itself “a Marxist by training” in the past.
At the time, Cullors said claims that she had made money from donations to Black Lives Matter were “categorically false.” and a YouTube agreement, and was unrelated to the $ 90 million in donations received by BLM in 2020.
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A neighbor told the Daily Mail that a subcontractor told him about the wooden fence they were erecting around the property and other exterior improvements in the “$ 35,000 range.”
“There will be an electronic gate in the aisle, a walk-in door, a call booth, and other security measures, cameras – you know, to keep riffs out,” a- he declared.
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In April, the foundation revealed that Cullors had received a total of $ 120,000 in compensation from 2013 to 2019.
“As a registered 501c3 nonprofit, (the foundation) cannot and has not hired any organizational resources for the purchase of personal property by an employee or volunteer,” the foundation said in a statement. . “Any innuendo or statement to the contrary is categorically false.”
Attempts to contact Cullors for comment were unsuccessful.