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New York doctor tells black child ni***rs do not belong in my neighborhood

By Mason White 1:35 PM March 17, 2017
Danielle Serini
Danielle Serini
By: William Martin

A New York doctor is in serious trouble after sending racist letters to a police station, following an altercation with a police officer and a school crossing guard, according to the NBC News.

The New York Police Department said that they have arrested 38-year-old Danielle Serini, after being accused of telling a black child that ni***rs do not belong in her neighborhood, according to court documents obtained by NBC News.

Serini has been charged with aggravated harassment, stalking, and violating an order of protection.

She was booked into jail, and her bail has been set at $3,500.

According to the police investigation, Serini works as a chiropractor in Staten Island.

Serini has repeatedly harassed school crossing guards across the street of her office, and sent a threatening letter to a black police officer.

The doctor is also accused of spitting at a school crossing guard.

The woman allegedly threw Dum Dum lollipops at the women.

She allegedly sent a letter, which read: “My next opportunity will be getting rid of you and that ugly a** ni**er child of the crossing guard.”

She also added that black people do not belong in her neighborhood.

Kellie Rogers wrote on Facebook: “Serini attends to patients not just in a white lab coat, but also with a white hood. Something I found particularly odd, she throws candy at children.

“The last time I was there, I left before she saw me because she was on a tirade, screaming racist vitriol at crossing guards. As an aside, she has a framed #MAGA poster in the waiting room, which should have been a clue that she isn’t right in the head, rather she’s alt-right.”

Police Officer Ebony Glover said that she felt threatened by Serini, who was accused of sticking out her tongue and showing her middle finger.