White Georgia Woman Is Fired From Therapist Job Over Viral TikTok Of Her ‘Stalker’ Black Fisherman Who Repeatedly Told Her He Too Lived In A Smart Neighborhood

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Anthony Gibson, an aspiring actor and social media influencer, documents his fishing adventures online.  On Tuesday he posted a clip of an encounter with a woman named Tanya.

A white therapist in Georgia has been fired from her job after she was filmed asking a black man who was fishing in the lake near her house if he lived there.

Anthony Gibson, an aspiring actor who now runs multiple social media channels sharing memes and fishing clips, posted the footage of their encounter on TikTok on Tuesday.

Gibson, who lives in Columbus, Georgia, has been challenged multiple times by neighborhood locals, asking why he is there and saying the lake is for residents only.

In the clip, which has 7.5 million views, the woman, named by her employer Sea Glass Therapy as Tanya, approached Gibson and a friend and asked, “How are you doing?”

They greet her hello, and then she asks, ‘Are you residents in any way?’

Gibson’s friend responds: ‘Are we disturbing you in any way?’

Tanya says, ‘I just have to ask.’

Anthony Gibson, an aspiring actor and social media influencer, documents his fishing adventures online. On Tuesday he posted a clip of an encounter with a woman named Tanya.

Tanya asked Gibson and his friend if they lived there, saying that only residents could access the lake.

Tanya asked Gibson and his friend if they lived there, saying that only residents could access the lake.

The friend says, ‘Don’t talk to me.’

Tanya continues: ‘This lake is for residents only. So…’

She says she’ll take a photo of their license plates and ‘forward’ it.

Gibson, who is holding the camera filming himself and the encounter, says, “Okay, this is what happened.” This is the third person. I’m in my own neighborhood and a white person came and bothered me while I was fishing. Another white person bothered me while I was fishing.

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As she walks away, he yells, ‘Hey, don’t go now! Do you live here? Where is your address? Is incredible.’

Gibson frequently shares photos and videos from his fishing trips.

Gibson frequently shares photos and videos from his fishing trips.

He asks her name, for ‘the next meeting’, and then moves to register her license plate.

Newnan-based Sea Glass Therapy said they would be stopping to work with Tanya, who was a freelance member of their team.

“Sea Glass Therapy is a place of acceptance, healing, and inclusion of all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or background,” the company wrote in a statement on Facebook.

‘We oppose discrimination in all its forms. We have terminated our business relationship with the independent contractor, Tanya, in order to uphold our values ​​and standards.

‘We strive to be a service to our community and do everything we can to meet your needs while operating with integrity.’

Gibson has documented previous encounters with local residents, and he and his friends say the well-to-do white community cannot accept a group of blacks living among them.

Gibson filmed a white man later that day who gave his name as John, said he was on the Home Owners Association board, and asked if they lived there.

They asked for his address, which he gave them, and then refused to give theirs.

“I think she literally called him for help,” Gibson said in comments to her video.

On June 10, he posted a video at night showing that the police had been called.

“The same people are harassing us because we are young and black,” he said.

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He said he had been repeatedly asked for his identification.

In the clip, he wrote: “Harassed by neighbors and police because I can’t fish in my own neighborhood!”

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