A woman is facing charges of bias intimidation, harassment, and assault after a rant of racial slurs was captured on video at a hotel in New Jersey, according to ABC7.
According to police, Elizabeth Trzeciak, 46, of South River, was not a customer at the Super 8 hotel in Mount Laurel, but she was residing near the area.
She arrived at the front desk around 12:30 a.m. Monday, ranting at the front desk worker and repeatedly using the N-word.
“Look, you (expletive), give me a call, Black man. Give me a call,” she yells.
Trzeciak was released to a family member when Mount Laurel police reported she appeared intoxicated, but once the video emerged, she was charged with bias intimidation, simple assault, and harassment.
“Hospitality, hotels, restaurants, we’re all together all the time,” Super 8 general manager Joe Pergine told the outlet. “And to see someone come into our home and treat our family like that is devastating.”