Employee at Law Firm Told She Can’t Use the Bathroom Where She Works

An unidentified African American woman who works at a legal firm in Buffalo, New York, faced prejudice after a white coworker questioned her use of a bathroom in their shared facility. The incident, which was documented on film, has subsequently attracted notoriety.

In the video, posted on her TikTok channel, the Black woman exits a bathroom only to be confronted by a white woman in the hallway, according to the Daily Mail.

“Can I ask who you report to so I can call the law firm?” the unidentified white woman asked. She then went on to question her use of the bathroom, insisting she should use the restroom on her own floor.

“Why do I have to stay on my floor? Because of what?” the Black woman asks, visibly frustrated.

It turns out that both women work for the same law company, albeit on different floors.

The scenario deteriorated when the white woman threatened to phone security but instead chose to go downstairs and file a report in person. Throughout the conversation, the Black woman emphasized her right to use any bathroom in the building because they both worked for the same law company.

The video has received substantial online attention, with over 1.2 million views. Many viewers questioned why the white woman felt entitled to control restroom usage in the same office building.

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