Black woman sued and disowned her mother because she is dark-skinned in viral video
An episode of “Justice with Judge Mablean” showed that a 25-year-old woman sued her mother because she ruined her life due to her dark skin.
69-year-old Alma Johnson couldn’t believe that her own daughter, Sandra, was requesting $600 from her in a lawsuit. According to Sandra, she used to work in a place for white people only.
One day, Alma visited her daughter at her workplace and told security that she was Sandra’s mother. Alma apparently was denied the access, and he “made a scene,” which caused her daughter to get fired.
Apart from that, Sandra shared some details about the kind of relationship she and Alma had, admitting that the 25-year-old woman had been disowning her mother since she was 16 due to her skin color.
WISHING TO BE WHITE
Sandra pointed out that she has always wanted to be white and that her mother’s dark skin embarrassed her. She added that she has been living her life as a white person and that she only has white friends.
DISRESPECTING HER MOTHER
One of the most striking aspects about it is that Sandra is also black. During court proceedings, the woman disrespected her mother by calling her “poor” and “uneducated.”
Sandra shared another reason why Alma supposedly ruined her life. She was dating a “rich white man,” for a while and, when he found out that her mother was black, he allegedly physically abused her.
FAKING FOR VIEWERS
Even though the entire issue looked very real, Atlanta Black Star revealed that they found a possible audition tape of the woman who claimed to be Sandra, suggesting that the legal problem could have been part of the show’s script to get viewers.
Unfortunately, the video they claimed that was proof of it was removed from YouTube, but it is not the first time that the show has been described as “scripted.” People consider that all the episodes are fake and that they only hire amateur actors for their roles.
Avvo reported that most court TV shows seek for drama and expectation no matter what and that while some cases and people involved in them might be real, there are people who make up stories just to be in front of the cameras.