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Medina, a registered nurse from Staten Island, posted a message on her Instagram Sunday saying: ‘I’ve been tagged all morning in this video and this is not me.’ ‘It’s not ok to be falsely accused on social media and I wouldn’t want that happening to anyone The footage shows the father and son being called by SoHo Karen, an unidentified young woman who alleged that Harrold’s teenage son had the cell phone. In the video, a manager at the hotel then angered Harrold’s father, who accused the manager of taking the woman’s side by asking him to see his son’s phone. On his account with 1,792 followers, he shows pictures of SoHo and Arlo on NoMad. The one-minute clip shows the woman in the lobby and the hotel manager with Harrold recording on her cell phone. Harrold’s son, who was not visible in the images, was heard saying to the woman and the director, “This is my phone.” You don’t need to explain anything to him, Harrold said to his son. The woman then points to the phone and tells the manager that the case is the same as her. “It’s me,” he said to the manager. It then says “Undo” to the administrator. Harrold replies to the woman: “Are you kidding? Do you think there is only one iPhone made in the world

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A Grammy-winning black trumpeter has been unfairly harassed by a “Karen” who accused his 14-year-old son of stealing his iPhone while staying at a hotel in New York. Hotel guests Keyon Harrold and his 14-year-old son were in the lobby of the boutique Arlo Hotel in Manhattan’s SoHo district on the Saturday afternoon of the incident. Harrold filmed the event and shared it on Instagram. The footage shows that her father and son were called by an unidentified young woman who claimed to have the cell phone of Harrold’s younger son. In the video, the hotel manager angered Harrold’s father and accused the manager of taking her side by asking him to see his son’s phone. When Harrold refused the woman’s request to show him the phone, he retreated towards his son and encouraged Harrold to protect him.

The woman’s phone was later returned to her by an Uber driver, proving that it was stolen by the teen, fake. An Instagrammer who was last seen in a photo on Instagram six days ago denied that she was “Karen” on social media after she was accused of being the woman in the video and was bombed. Harrold then tells the woman that she should use the Find app, which helps find lost Apple devices. The woman then tells Harrold that the Find My app can only be accessed by phone. The video then shows the manager asking Harrold to approach his son and see the phone. “No, you can’t,” Harrold said to the director. “I am the manager of the hotel,” the manager replies to Harrold: “I don’t care!” During the exchange, the woman continues to encourage the manager to buy what she believes is her iPhone. Harrold tried to defend his case, saying it was unreasonable for his son to have someone else’s phone since he had just arrived in the lobby from the elevator. “Didn’t you just see him going down the elevator?” Harrold told the administrator. I said. The manager protests, saying “I’m trying to help.” “I usually try to keep everything positive, but nothing positive about this video.

The lady in this video attacked my 14-year-old son and me while walking to our room at @arlohotels Arlo Soho for breakfast. “This person” lost his iPhone and apparently my son magically bought it, which is ridiculous. This incident continued for another five minutes, I am protecting my son from this madman. It scratched me; attacked and caught him. He is a boy !!! Watch again now. This lady is not even a guest at the hotel. He left the hotel on 23 December; 26 of them today. Now watch the manager defend the lady who is not even a hotel guest, she insists and tries to use the management authority to force my son to show this random lady. It actually strengthened it !!! In fact, he didn’t even think about the fact that we were guests! Now think of the trauma my son went through while going downstairs for his boxed day brunch with his dad. Then… a few minutes after this incident, his phone was magically returned by an Uber driver. He does not apologize to my son after this traumatic situation, not me. No apologies to the establishment. This happens very often. It needs to stop !!! If anyone knows this person, please tag or text this person. ‘ Harrold told the Times that the incident “surprised” him. “I wonder what would happen if there were a black woman and a 14-year-old white male,” he said. DailyMail.com reached out to the New York Police Department to comment on the state of the investigation into the allegations that the woman attacked the teenager. Arlo Hotels said on Sunday that we are deeply saddened by the recent false accusation, prejudice and attack against an innocent guest of ‘Arlo Hotel’. While investigating the incident in more detail, we learned that the duty manager immediately called the police regarding the behavior of the woman and that the hotel security intervened to prevent further violence; however, more can be done to alleviate conflict. “No Arlo guest or anyone else should be subjected to such behavior. We would like to apologize to Mr. Harrold and his son for this unforgivable experience and we reached out directly to them to express our sincere regret and help overcome this traumatic event. “We are determined to ensure that this doesn’t happen again in any of our hotels.” DailyMail.com reached the hotel for comment. Arlo SoHo is one of three boutique hotels operated by Arlo Hotels. The other two locations are in the NoMad section of Manhattan and Arlo Nautilus in Miami Beach. There are growing calls on social media to boycott the hotel to protest the manager’s behavior. Harrold posted another message on Instagram on Sunday that the hotel manager went public with a video allowing the woman to leave while waiting for the police to arrive. “Before we released this video yesterday, we prayed for how it will affect us as a family and, above all, our son,” Harrold wrote. We asked the professionals for advice and evaluated the decision several times.