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Black family flees from foul-mouthed mob in Walmart lot after woman claims they stole her car

This is the shocking moment a black family are forced to flee after being accused of stealing the car they are driving, as an accuser attacks the vehicle with a bike.

Footage taken outside a Walmart in Spokane, Washington, shows a woman approach the car and accuse father-of-two Lee Allen of stealing the family car he is driving.

His daughter, who is in the back seat, is recording the footage as bystanders begin to gather and immediately take the side of the woman before becoming physically violent.








The woman, who is riding a push bike and wearing a crucifix, claims the car is her property as she stands in front of the vehicle blocking its way. 

She can be heard shouting: ‘This is my car. How did you get this car? 

‘I don’t want violence, I just want to know how did you get this car?’

Mr Allen attempts to drive past those blocking him, at which point a man stands in front of the car with his hand menacingly in the front his jacket – Mr Allen then asks his son to call 911.

Another man named Lawton Miller then attempts to diffuse the situation by opening the car door. 

Footage taken outside a Walmart in Spokane, Washington, shows a woman approach the car and accuse father-of-two Lee Allen of stealing the family car he is driving.

The woman chases the car and continues to shout

Footage taken outside a Walmart in Spokane, Washington, shows a woman approach the car and accuse father-of-two Lee Allen of stealing the family car he is driving.

Mr Miller can be heard stating: ‘Just to explain something. This is her car.’

At which point Mr Allen slams the door shut to protect his family, catching Mr Miller’s fingers. 

The woman claims the car is her property as she stands in front of the vehicle blocking its way

The woman claims the car is her property as she stands in front of the vehicle blocking its way

The father then attempts to maneuver his car away from the crowd as Mr Miller starts shouting profanities and Mr Allen’s daughter begins to cry.

A man jumps onto the hood making it impossible to drive away safely while the crowd continues to bang the car, with one even attacking the vehicle with a bike.

Mr Allen then continues to drive with the man on the hood of his car as a motorbike chases behind him. 

The video has gone viral after Mr Allen shared it to social media in early March. It was filmed before the Black Lives Matter protests that followed George Floyd’s death begun. 

Mr Allen told KHQ Q6: ‘I knew I was going to keep my kids protected no matter what.

‘If all else fails, I could just step on that gas pedal and shoot out like a rocket somewhere, but at the same time I didn’t want to hurt anybody.’ 

Mr Allen attempts to drive past the car at which point a man stands in front of the car with his hand in the front his jacket - Mr Allen then asks his son to call 911

Mr Allen's daughter can be heard shouting in fear as people attack the car with bikes

Mr Allen attempts to drive past the car at which point a man stands in front of the car with his hand in the front his jacket – Mr Allen then asks his son to call 911

Lawton Miller, pictured approaching Mr Allen's car, says the whole scenario was an unfortunate misunderstanding and he has been threatened since the video went viral

Mr Allen repeatedly tells Mr Miller it is not the woman's car

Lawton Miller, pictured approaching Mr Allen’s car, says the whole scenario was an unfortunate misunderstanding and he has been threatened since the video went viral

Mr Miller, who was riding the motorbike behind Mr Allen’s car, claims he was only trying to get the man to stop so the man on his hood could get off.

He told the broadcaster: ‘This kid jumps on the car. What do I do now? I’ve got to get this kid off the car. I don’t know if this guy knows it who’s driving this car, [but] if this kid falls off and he runs over and kills that kid, he’s going to prison for murder. He’s no good to his family anymore.’

After blaring his horn and flashing his lights the occupants of the car believed that Mr Miller wished to do them harm.

Mr Allen drives as someone rides on the hood of his car

After blaring his horn and flashing his lights the occupants of the car believed that Lawton Miller wished to do them harm

After blaring his horn and flashing his lights the occupants of the car believed that Mr Miller (right) wished to do them harm, rather than alert them of the man on their hood (left)

Mr Miller told KHQ Q6: ‘I don’t harm kids. I raised a daughter. I am a family man. I’m not no big bad biker. I’m grandpa with a bike, and I’ve got pictures with me and my grandsons on the bike.’

Mr Miller says the whole scenario was an unfortunate misunderstanding and he has been threatened since the video went viral, meaning he has had to stay away from his family for their safety.

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office want to speak to the man who threw his bike at the car in the video, asking anyone with information to call 509-456-2233.  

However they told KHQ Q6 that they do not believe Mr Miller will be charged in relation to the incident. 

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