Woman Charged for Allegedly Slapping and Calling Black Teen Employee the N-Word

A 71-year-old woman from Oklahoma named Rachel Scheuerman has been charged after slapping a Black teenage employee at Little Caeser’s Pizza and calling him the n-word.

The incident took place when the alleged assailant visited the fast-food chain in the city of Enid, in an attempt to order two pizzas along with some “crazy bread.” According to the 17-year-old victim, the customer grew increasingly angry upon learning that the Little Caeser’s that she had driven to was out of its famous “crazy bread.” This prompted Scheurerman to pull up to the drive-thru window where she called the Little Caeser’s employee a “f**king n*gger.” After doing so, Scheurerman reportedly yelled out, “Did that hurt you?” When the victim responded by saying no, Scheurerman is said to have gotten out of her vehicle before slapping her victim across the face two times.

Shortly after the assault took place, a manager attempted to ascertain the situation by asking Scheurerman what happened. To that, Scheuerman exclaimed, “I harassed him like I always do.”

Scheuerman was arrested for assault and battery on April 14th, her bond was set at $5,000. The 71-year-old was released four days later and arraigned shortly after that. She is due back in court on May 12th.

As for the victim, he gave Little Caeser’s Pizza a two-weeks notice following the incident. He is currently a junior in high school.


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