which said she was "bleeding and limping somewhere in the neighborhood." Police soon found the woman.
Cooper has been arrested by officers and is currently in Lake County Jail on ,000 bond.
The men then warned the victim that she was not to go to the police or they would “make it ten times worse next time," says the police report.
The battered woman escaped the house, running through neighborhood yards “because she was afraid they would come after her." The boyfriend of the victim called the police after receiving a text from the woman around 3 a.m.
This feeling alludes to the common stereotype of the successful black women and her unrealistic and uncompromising standards—think any character Gabrielle Union has ever played—an idea Berook quickly shoots down: It’s not that sistas’ standards are too high.
If I had an already successful daughter, I’d want her to date an already successful man.
And on those rare occasions a white boy kissed me in the copy-machine room at our high school, or when a white boy told me over the phone he had a crush on me, the acknowledgement made me feel chosen. The white boys I grew up with were cool: They rode their skateboards on private property. White men have preoccupied me my whole life, from the schoolyard to the subway, but these days I’m seeing them differently.
Police officials in Clermont, Florida, are searching for two black males who allegedly kidnapped and raped a white woman to "teach her a lesson" about dating black men, telling her "white [women] don’t mean s*** in this town." Justin Akken Fedrick, 27, and Keon Dellshai Gordon, 26, are wanted for the racially-charged rape on June 22.
A third man involved in the incident, 32-year-old Rodney Cooper, who stood guard as the victim was violently raped, is already in Clermont Police custody.
Often, they just haven’t found a compatible match, or they’re self-aware enough to realize that they still need to work on themselves before bringing another person in their lives.
Shawn, 27, a gregarious director of marketing for burgeoning nonprofit Sponsor Change (these sure are some busy-ass ghosts), expounds: Yeah, I want to have a wife and kids and all that. Most of the sistas I meet want to date “ready-made” brothas, and while I’m on that track, I ain’t making Audi money yet.