Georgia Man Harassed and Stalked by White Woman for #BabysittingWhileBlack

White woman calls 911 after spotting a black man babysitting white children

Lewis claims that after he refused her request, the woman followed him home and proceeded to call the police on him.

In the video, the officer approaches him and explains he's conducting an "OK check, just to make sure everything's alright" because the woman who called police thought the situation was "suspicious".

The children's parents, David Parker and Dana Mango, were in disbelief when they received a call from the police.

"I said are you saying that because there's an African American male driving my two white kids, that he was stopped and pulled over and questioned and he said I'm sorry ma'am that's exactly what I'm saying", Mango told CBS 46.

"I work with kids every day", Lewis can be heard telling the police officer. She was sitting in a Kia sedan, he said, as he led the two children he was babysitting back to his auto.

The woman, who remains unidentified, apparently followed Lewis for nearly an hour to his home. The police did not say whether they knew her identity.

In July, a white woman nicknamed "Permit Patty" called the cops on a black girl selling bottled water.

The officer is seen in the second video questioning Lewis and the two children at his home.

The confrontation ended without issue, with the officer seemingly convinced that the children - who offered similar explanations for what occurred - were fine, but he asked if he could check in with their parents, Lewis said.

Mango said she didn't believe the woman was truly concerned for her kids.

"All because I got two kids in the backseat that do not look like me, this lady has took it upon herself to say that she's going to take my plate down and call the police", Lewis said. Lewis said the woman then drove up alongside his vehicle to ask if the brother and sister were okay.

'She pulled up talking about, are the kids ok? The station notes that he runs a youth mentoring program, Inspired by Lewis.

"After this ordeal on Sunday night the first thing the kids asked was, 'When can he come babysit us again, '" Mango said.

- The Youth mentor said people all over the world have reached out to apologize for a stranger calling police just because he was a black man babysitting white children.

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