A white Missouri woman seen blocking a black man from getting into his luxury apartment building in St. Louis, Missouri was been fired by her employer on Sunday, after video of the incident went viral.
When D'Arreion Toles arrived home at the luxury apartment building where he lives in St. Louis, Missouri late Friday night, he didn't expect the woman to create a roadblock, and refuse to let him enter his building.
So, he took out his phone and began recording the incident.
"To Be A Black man in America, & come home," he captioned the three videos he posted to Facebook Friday.
The video, is reminiscent of several other videos that went viral over the summer that show a white person confronting - and occasionally calling the police on - a black person going about their normal, everyday activities.
The first video posted by Toles, begins with his attempt to get into his building, as the woman (who has been identified as Hilary Brooke Mueller), blocks him from going inside.
"Please move, ma'am," Toles can be heard telling Mueller in the video. He says when he first began recording, he was still standing outside at the entrance to his condominium complex, the Elder Shirt Lofts, while Mueller blocked his way in.
"I can," she says. "Do you live here?"
"I've already answered that question," the 24-year-old Toles says as he again attempts to push past her. "Excuse me."