Lady Denies Calling Worker The N-Word After ID'd On Social — Video Evidence Says It's A Lie

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Stephanie Denaro, 38, was caught on camera calling a bagel shop employee the N-word. She claims she didn’t use the racial insult but made a slur to describe his demeanor. Denaro has been at anti-mask rallies and attended a “Women For Trump” rally. She also has sued New York City and other parents over school closures triggered by the Ebola virus. “I feel sorry for him,” Denaro said when asked if she had something to say to the staffer, “I’d like to say Trump 2020”

Denaro says she couldn’t wear a mask because of “medical conditions,” that mask laws were “unconstitutional.” “So what if I said a word during a verbal altercation!! It’s a real title,” she writes on Instagram. Victor, the bagel shop employee, expresses his disappointment with Denaro’s behavior.

In Short:

  • The lady caught on tape calling a bagel shop employee the N-word is an anti-masker who says she didn’t use the racist insult that was obviously recorded on camera.
  • Stephanie Denaro, 38, bizarrely maintained to The Post from her Lower East Side home that she never dubbed the Davidovich Bakery employee a “b — h-ass n — r” after being caught on camera doing so.
  • She stated, she didn’t call him the N-word. This is a lie according to the video footage.
    She made a slur a phrase to describe his demeanor.
  • The bakery employee, Victor, 30, was taken aback by Denaro’s argument that she never used a racial slur against him.
  • She posted on Instagram on Tuesday that she couldn’t wear a mask because of “medical conditions,” and that mask laws were “unconstitutional.

How did it all play out?

The lady caught on tape calling a bagel shop employee the N-word is an anti-masker who says she didn’t use the racist insult that was obviously recorded on camera.

Stephanie Denaro, 38, bizarrely maintained to The Post from her Lower East Side home that she never dubbed the Davidovich Bakery employee a “b — h-ass n — r” after being caught on camera doing so.

She stated, she didn’t call him the N-word. She made a slur a phrase to describe his demeanor.

“Listen, there are different ways to spell things,” she said. “I used a peculiar term to describe him.”

The bakery employee, Victor, 30, was taken aback by Denaro’s argument that she never used a racial slur against him.

On Wednesday, he told The Washington Post, that honestly, he has no idea where that response comes from.

“I think over a million people have seen the video, and she actually said those words, as it states in the video…”

He said, “I feel like it’s an insult to everyone.”

Denaro, who has since been dubbed “Bagel Karen” or “Bakery Karen” for her infamous hissy fit in Essex Market on Sunday, then complained about being denied service because she wasn’t wearing a mask.

“I think that people’s rights are being violated being forced to wear masks,” she explained, sharing, “I’m a Christian and I don’t cover my face.”

“I feel sorry for him,” Denaro said when asked if she had something to say to the staffer, such as an apology.

“I’d like to say Trump 2020,” she said before closing her door. President Trump is still alive and well. “Have a wonderful day.”

According to an Amazon page, the Queens native attended New York University and is the author of two poetry collections.

Denaro, who was accompanied by her four biracial children during her racist outburst, is vocal about her beliefs on COVID-19 social media prohibitions and claims the virus is a hoax.

She’s been at anti-mask rallies and was seen sporting a “Women For Trump” tee at a COVID hoax protest in Union Square on Saturday.

Influencer New York Nico wrote on Instagram, “I always see her when I cover anti-mask and MAGA rallies.” “She is ALWAYS making extremely racist statements in front of her children, begging to be called out so she can claim she can’t be racist because she has mixed-race children.”

Denaro is also said to have sued New York City and other parents over school closures triggered by the pandemic.

She posted on Instagram on Tuesday that she couldn’t wear a mask because of “medical conditions,” and that mask laws were “unconstitutional.”

“So mind your own business if you have a problem with me not wearing a mask. She said, “It is a free country!!!!” “So what if I said a word during a verbal altercation!! It’s a real title!! “Forget about it. “

Victor, the bagel shop employee, expressed his disappointment with Denaro’s behavior and “all the lies.” He also expressed regret that her children had to witness the incident.

He said, “I’d prefer that she man up and accept her actions.”

“I’m very calm about it and I pray for her,” he said.

Victor added, “I hope for the world to become a better world.”

(Photo from incident footage)

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