The Texas police officer at the center of the McKinney pool party incident resigned this week.
But the adults involved in a fight that witnesses say preceded the officer’s actions are also beginning to face consequences.
One of the two women alleged to have incited a physical altercation with a teen girl has been placed on administrative leave by her job.
Tatiana Rose released a statement via YouTube alleging the entire episode began when two white residents started cursing at party attendees, telling them to “return to their Section 8 housing” while hurling racial slurs.
Twitter users launched a campaign to identify one of the women, Tracey-Carver Allbritton, shortly after videos depicting a verbal and physical assault of a 14-year-old party attendee went viral this past weekend.
Watch a video of the incident below:
Within hours of Allbritton being identified, the social justice action group Dallas for Change began ordering her employer, listed as Bank of America on her twitter profile, to take action.
An investigation by BofA found that Allbritton was actually an employee of CoreLogic, a vendor that provides the bank with financial profiles used in making mortgage lending decisions, reports the Daily Kos.
CoreLogic announced Tuesday that they have formally placed Allbritton on administrative leave while a full investigation is undertaken. The company told the Dallas Morning News:
CoreLogic does not condone violence, discrimination or harassment and takes conduct that is inconsistent with our values and expectations very seriously.