The woman who threw a racist tirade inside a Manhattan bakery on Sunday is a Queens resident who supports Donald Trump, opposes mask-wearing, claims African ancestry, and sued Mayor Bill de Blasio over school closures.
Stephanie Denaro, 38, of Rosedale defended herself for calling a black bakery employee a ‘b**** a** n****r’ after she was refused service for not wearing a mask inside Davidovich Bakery at Essex Market on the Lower East side.
Denaro appeared to claim to be a New York City public school teacher after posting messages critical of de Blasio’s school closures, but a spokesperson for the Department of Education said that she is not an employee of the agency.
‘All of you hating on me for no reason! News flash!!!! I AM BLACK!!!!!’ Denaro posted on Instagram on Tuesday, hours after video of the incident went viral.
‘My skin color does not look dark but my ancestry results came back as me being black! So do not be mad at me no more.
‘Leave me alone!!! As a young black woman I love all of you!!’
The post included a statement declaring that the ‘black and African-American race is the only race allowed to use the n-word.’